Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this fast-paced musical farce--the first made in Israel--a wealthy but uneducated fellow attempts to marry his stuttering son to the daughter of a snobbish family. The family eventually accepts him because his father is so wealthy. Unfortunately, the young man loves another, who in turn loves someone else. Her true love, the family outcast, cares little for the rigid Orthodox Jewish traditions and he bears a striking resemblance to the speech-impeded son. Romantic mayhem ensues. "Kouney Lemel" is Yiddish for a person with few talents who is easily manipulated by others.
black-sheep, custom [habit or practice], daughter, family, father, forbidden-love, Judaism, love, marriage, son, stutterer, village, wealth, Yiddish