This is the title of a film first broadcast and made for British television's Channel 4. It has aroused massive interest in Europe and particularly in Germany. I quote below a section from a recent news item:
"Yesterday, in view of fateful decisions under consideration by the Bundestag, a copy of the film was made available to each Member of the German Parliament.
The film centres on an unforgettable step-by-step story of a ritual circumcision that goes seriously wrong, and it includes stunning sequences about the injuries and distress suffered by Jewish, Moslem and African babies plus other unique material."
Many of us are aware of a German court decision some months ago which stated that the circumcision of a certain Moslem boy was unlawful under human-rights jurisdiction. It was met with outcry from both Moslem and Jewish traditionalists.
Here is a link to the Channel 4 film. It's 41 minutes long, so it may be best to find a time when you can watch without interruption, but that's up to you. Be warned that it contains graphic content which is not for the faint-hearted; nonetheless it's beautifully made and its impact is astounding.
You will have to pay a few dollars to watch it, but it really is a remarkably low-cost opportunity to view this unforgettable film. You can choose to 'stream' for $2.40 or 'download to own' for just $6.19. Public acclaim has soared dramatically since the film was made available across the world. Click on the free trailer first: it's heartrending.