Helick hopes to one day pass on his South Philadelphia tailor shop to his son, Dovid. Their struggling relationship stems from Helick's strict Judaic religious lifestyle. Using religion as a tool to hide from a dark past, he pushes his children away with his over controlling ways and neglects to show them love and care. In doing so, Dov impulsively runs away to aid in a drug smuggling operation in an attempt to prove his independence; only to find he has been manipulated and used for his tailoring skills to line drugs in suits. Trapped in the center of a world filled with drugs, sex and murder, Dov has no way out. With the absence of his son, Helick is forced to face his ultimate dilemma; his religion, or his family.
Jews, Drugs, and a Tailored Suit.