Tuesday, September 1, 2009

worth a watch - Tickling Leo

Set around the days of Yom Kippur, Tickling Leo is a contemporary drama that follows three generations of one Jewish family whose secrets threaten to wipe away its future. When he loses touch with his estranged father, Zak Pikler (Daniel Sauli) and his pregnant girlfriend Delphina (Annie Parisse) travel to an abandoned Catskills lake where the eccentric poet Warren Yitzchak Pikler (Lawrence Pressman) is living in solitude and declining health. As Zak copes with his father's dementia, Delphina inadvertently uncovers a secret the Piklers have been hiding since World War II: an impossible sacrifice they made in order to join Rudolph Kasztner’s controversial train out of Hungary.

TICKLING LEO opens in New York on Friday, September 4 and will also be available day and date on DVD and Amazon VOD.

2 comments:

The Real Shliach said...

Yes, but did you like it?

Lvnsm27 said...

Looks like a very moving story