From the Hollywood Reporter:

Are you a Jew? Don’t ask Jamie Kastner. The question annoys the Canadian documentarymaker. He gets asked it a lot.
So Kastner shot “Kike Like Me,” a road movie bowing at Toronto’s Hot Docs documentary festival on April 24. In the film, Kastner answers a hypothetical “yes” when asked whether he’s Jewish, followed by an equally terse “Why do you want to know?” to gauge how friend and foe reacts.
“I saw theatrical possibility from seeing how Jewish identity plays out in so-called civilized cultures where we’ve gotten over all ‘that,'” Kastner explains.
The results are revealing. Kastner underwent a shotgun bar mitzvah from proselytizing Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn asking passersby “Are you Jewish?”; got turfed from Pat Buchanan’s living room after asking why the TV pundit attacks Neocons for being Jewish; debated Israeli-born Gilad Atzmon, a self-described “devoted opponent of Israel and of Zionism,” in London; and partied with Amsterdam soccer hooligans proudly calling themselves “Joden” (Jews).
The film’s title is a play on “Black Like Me,” John Howard Griffin’s classic 1961 book about a white reporter dying his skin black to experience bigotry first-hand.

Oh, and apparently Shabot 6000 creator Ben Baruch is in it.
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