In this intimate and incredibly moving documentary, we meet Ezra, a spirited and engaging teenager who loves making art and music, traveling, Judaism, and so much more. Through deeply personal interviews with Ezra’s family, friends, and teachers, and his oeuvre, we learn about this remarkable young man, his impact on those who love him, and the devastating loss they feel now that he is gone. We also gain a no-holds-barred insight into teenage suicide and the seemingly incomparable challenges faced by those left behind. This is a must-see film—one that is ultimately filled with compassion, beauty, hope, and love.
- Running time
- 70 minutes
- Walter Schlomann ... Producer/Director/Editor/Camera
- Prod. Co.
- Heritage Media Group
- United States
- Years of Production
- New York City
- Release year
- Nominated for Best Feature Documentary, Sunscreen Film Festival
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