I Was Not Born A Mistake
Yaakov Smith was an ultra-orthodox married man with six children and a pillar of his community, when he left his family, his community, and Israel. It took him 20 years to return - only this time as an observant woman. The documentary by Rachel Rusinek and Eyal Ben Moshe touches honestly and openly on a subject that is both relevant and unspoken. It is also a film about self-acceptance, compassion, love, and family.
Production Company: Rachel Rusinek & Eyal Ben -Moshe
Duration: 52 min.
Date of Release: October 2019
Country of Production: Israel
Shooting Format: UHD
Language: Hebrew, English
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