Skirball project combines 14 short artistic videos
for each section of the seder.
An older man sits in his living room armchair, relaxing in striped button-down pajamas while crunching loudly on a raw root vegetable.
“Daddy, what are you eating?” asks his son, sitting on the sofa across from him, clad only in boxer shorts.
“Horseradish,” the balding father responds in a thick Israeli accent, shaking his right forefinger.
“Raw horseradish? Are you crazy? Uch. How can you eat that — it’s so bitter!”
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