David Fisher (played by real life Hassidic Jew and East Coast Rap artist Nosson Zand), must choose between lying to his rabbi, or accepting God on his terms. In Song of David he is a sixteen year old soul-searching, rap loving Hassidic Jew studying to become a rabbi in a Los Angeles Yeshiva. Alienated by the social boundaries that enclose him, he reaches out to God with his personal brand of rap influenced music. He now must choose between the traditional world of his rabbinical school, and a world that tests his love for God.
Director: Oded Turgeman
Producer: Nicolas Emiliani
Script: Oded Turgeman
Photography: Kimby Caplan
Editor & Actor: Nosson Zand
Worldwide Premiere: Jewish Film Festival Jerusalem, Dec. 2007
Nosson Zand has performed across the US, Europe, and Israel. Since his 2006 performances with Matisyahu, Nosson's career as a "kosher" Hip Hop artist has taken off.