"Insightful and lighthearted"
"Despite their different religious beliefs, the clergymen have much common ground."
REEL LIFE WITH JANE
"There is already Oscar talk… It’s a wonderful story that shows what is possible when people are willing to focus on their similarities, rather than their differences."
TOWN & COUNTRY MAGAZINE
THE HUFFINGTON POST
"Of Many documents the extraordinary friendship between two religious leaders — one Muslim, one Jewish — and the rewards and costs of their uncommon alliance."
THE NATIONAL (UAE)
"...An inspiring movie that shows religious tolerance in practice."
AM NEW YORK
"This look at how tragedies near and far — from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Muhammad cartoon turmoil to Hurricane Katrina and 9/11 — affect relationships in our diverse city might change the way you look at those around you."
The Canadian jewish news
"Both men have been met with skepticism and even criticism from within their communities. It doesn't faze them."
WASHINGTON SQUARE NEWS
"Heartwarming… Exemplifies the intersection of humanism and piety… A justification of our choice in university, that such camaraderie is being fostered in a famously unfeeling city."
VIVIAN VAN DIJK, EYES IN MAGAZINE
"It is more than a simple proof that Muslims and Jews can live side-by-side… Film director Linda G. Mills did such an excellent job of showing this beauty of peace… This documentary is and will become even more a groundwork of truth for the interfaith dialogue."
"A highlight from the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival"
Outstanding Achievement Humanitarian Award — 2014 Global Film Awards
Audience Award, Best Short — 2014 Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival
Award of Excellence Special Mention — 2014 Best Shorts Competition
Platinum Award, Documentary Short — 2014 International Independent Film Awards
Grand Prize Humanitarian Award — 2014 Best Shorts Competition
Audience Award, Best Short — 2015 Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival
Special Jury Award, Joyce Forum Winner — 2015 San Diego Jewish Film Festival
Wilbur Award, Documentary Film — 2015 Religion Communicators Council