Bacon and God's Wrath
|Bacon and God's Wrath|
|Directed by||Sol Friedman|
|Produced by||Sarah Clifford-Rashotte
|Music by||Joseph Murray
|Edited by||Sol Friedman|
Bacon and God's Wrath is a Canadian short documentary film, which premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. Directed by Sol Friedman and mixing animation with live action interview footage, the film centres on Razie Brownstone, a 90-year-old Jewish woman who, after undergoing a crisis of faith which has led her to reject many of the tenets of her religion, is preparing to cook and eat bacon for the first time in her life.
At TIFF, the film received an Honourable Mention from the jury for the Best Canadian Short Film award. The film was later named to TIFF's year-end list of the ten best Canadian short films of the year.
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- "TIFF 2015: And The Winners Are…". Now, September 20, 2015.
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- "Bacon and G-ds Wrath Wins at Sundance". San Diego Jewish Journal, January 27, 2016.
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