This engaging documentary by Montreal filmmaker Tamás Wormser (The Wandering Muse) looks at a group of Jews in Uganda and their desire to be officially accepted as part of the diasporic Jewish community. The Abayudaya are a community in Eastern Uganda with a strong musical tradition, who have been practicing Judaism for a century. However, they are not recognized as Jews by Israel. Enter Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, who agrees to “convert” the community. The film follows their multi-year conversion process, and raises important questions about what it means to be Jewish, who gets decide what makes a community officially Jewish, and how the legacy of colonialism affects these decisions.