Anti-Semitism is a natural phenomenon, the reverse side of one of the fundamental laws of the universe. This is how it is explained in Kabbalah. The film analyzes the growth of anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany, based on the prophecies of one of the greatest Kabbalists of the 20th century, Baal HaSulam. The plot is built around the tragic story of the sailing of the St. Louis steamship, nicknamed "The Floating of the Doomed." Thanks to an unusual form, the film contains a retelling of genuine personal stories, which undoubtedly correspond with the events we are observing today. The film uses a unique newsreel and material of numerous photo archives.
Alexander (Israel) Demidov, Henry David, Yigal Reznik