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Published on May 27, 2011
The second Lebanon-war (summer 2006) invades the life of violin maker Amnon Weinstein. His co-worker- son is immediately drafted. The annual violin master course he founded is about to begin, and world class soloists Ida Handel and Shlomo Mintz are due to arrive to teach young violinists from around the world. As sirens wail and cities become the front, the film captures intimate moments of struggle with fear and trauma reflecting on the violin's unique narrative in Jewish tradition, and the way music keeps us sane.