'Tashlich' is the story of a man who embarks on a quest to cleanse himself of lasting guilt, by borrowing from an ancient Jewish tradition of the same name. In Hebrew, the word Tashlich means 'to cast,' and those full of sorrow are meant to cast away their sins and regrets to the sea, never to be burdened again. Each person tosses out pieces of bread that represent their troubles, and the ritual is done in a group for greater support. This film comes to us from cinematographer Gregory Wilson. 

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