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A film by Ricardo Adler and Rabbi Manis Friedman

USA/Venezuela • 2014 • 89 mins • 16:9 • 5.1 Stereo • NR
English, Spanish & Hebrew with English Subtitles

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    The Lost Key explores how a sexual relationship can go beyond mere physical pleasure and become a spiritual experience where two become One. After a traumatic divorce, Ricardo set out to discover how to attain a fulfilling and lasting marriage. His search took him to renowned author and marriage counselor Rabbi Manis Friedman, whose book “Doesn't Anyone Blush Anymore?” boasts a cover quote by the legendary Bob Dylan. The film portrays the dramatic transformation of Ricardo's new marriage, and the reactions of other couples to this revolutionary way to intimate connection. The Lost Key reveals forgotten wisdom that could inspire modern society to rediscover intimacy and usher in a new era in sexual relations.  

“Definitive and meaningful.
Even if you are not Jewish, this film can open doors that were locked shut by misunderstandings, deception and self-serving sexuality.”
– John Delia, Aced Magazine

“An initiation journey to a new – though ancestral – way of understanding sexuality. Without a doubt it reveals to us, the novice and non-Jew, a point of view that goes far beyond the ordinary way of seeing the earthly union between two people to its most elevated concept: intimacy.”
– Pilar Ayuso, Nuevo Herald



Ricardo Adler is a filmmaker and co-founder, with his wife Vivian, of CineAttico Films. His previous films focused on spreading Jewish teachings and wisdom to universal audiences met with success in over 20 countries and received laudatory reviews. His first film, “Mazal Tov: What You Didn’t Know About Jewish Marriage”, has been downloaded over 75,000 times on the Internet. Before embarking on a film career, Ricardo Adler earned a Master’s Degree at Stanford University on a scholarship from Apple Computer.

Rabbi Manis Friedman is an author, social philosopher, renowned lecturer and marriage counselor. He received his ordination from the Rabbinical College of Canada in 1969 and is currently Dean of the Bais Chana Institute of Jewish Studies in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rabbi Friedman has appeared on CNN, PBS, and BBC Worldwide, and has been featured in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Seventeen, Guideposts, Insight, and Publisher’s Weekly, among others publications. His book, “Doesn't Anyone Blush Anymore?” was published in 1990 and is currently in its fourth printing. Friedman has also hosted his own critically acclaimed cable television series in the U.S. and Canada.


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