Young Shliach Creates Bar Mitzva Film Using a Mirror

Watch: Unable to celebrate his Bar Mitzva traditionally due to Covid, Shua Tenenbaum, a young Shliach from Baltimore, created a short film using a mirror to explain the significance of becoming a Bar Mitzvah. 

Shua Tenenbaum, a young Shliach from Baltimore, Maryland wanted to do something special for his Bar Mitzvah.

Shua knew that he would not be able to have a traditional Bar Mitzvah due to Covid-19 restrictions, and wanted to share his special day with those who wouldn’t be able to attend. 

So he went about creating a short film, called “The Bar Mitzvah Mirror.” Using special effects, creative drama, and meaningful insights based on the Bar Mitzvah Ma’amar, Shua explains the significance of becoming a Bar Mitzvah. 


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