Baba Joon is the newly released movie by writer/ director Yuval Delshad (“baba” means grandfather in Farsi). With a career that grew from the documentary world, this is his first feature film. Never one to shy away from reality, Delshad turned to a subject that speaks to his heart – the father/son relationship.For authenticity, the movie is filmed in the dusty village where Delshad grew up, and the actors speak a blend of Hebrew and Farsi, just like it was in the 1980s of his childhood.Delshad loves the fact that life imitates art: “My baby, Itamar, was conceived during the start of the photography, and he is already trying to crawl!” Baba Joon centers on the conflict of a traditional father, Yitzhak, whose life has been hard and demanding, and his gently defiant son who, as a preteen, is refusing to learn how to farm turkeys. The mother understands that their son, Moti, has no passion for the family livelihood, but Yitzhak takes the decision badly. Thus end hopes and dreams; the father’s desire to pass on his father’s business is doomed the utter uninterest of a kid who has no love of turkeys, no desire to learn the trade and no appreciation of the art of poultry manufacture.