Guide to the Perplexed (aka Philosophers)

54 Minutes, 2006

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Directed by: Igal Bursztyn
Production:Igal Bursztyn
Photographer: Rami Katzav, Igal Bursztyn
Original Music: Yair Dalal
Language: Hebrew
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Director Yigal Bursztyn’s made-for-TV road movie takes viewers on a contemporary journey in which he traces the gospel and teachings of Jewish philosopher, Maimonides (aka the Rambam). Burszstyn goes from the Spanish city of Cordoba to Fes in Morocco, then onwards to Egypt and finally, Israel. In the course of this physical, geographical journey, Bursztyn also does a deep dive into Maimonides’s 12th century canonical work, The Guide for the Perplexed, which he uses as a tool to interpret present-day events and the conflicts between faith and rationale, and between religion, culture, and gender.

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