From the Back Cover
I - "I am the Lord thy God: Thou shalt not have other gods before me."
A university professor puts his faith in the infallibility of the computer with tragic personal results.
II - "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain."
A doctor, asked to predict the fate of a dying man, also seals the fate of an unborn child.
III - "Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy."
A married man deserts his family on Christmas Eve to search the streets for his ex-lover's errant new boyfriend.
IV - "Honor thy father and thy mother."
A young woman learns a deep family secret by opening a sealed envelope in her father's room which changes their lives forever.
V - "Thou shalt not kill."
An extraordinary parable on capital punishment: an aimless young man murders a taxi-driver and is executed by hanging. Who has the right to take the life of another?
VI - "Thou shalt not commit adultery."
A young postal worker spies on his neighbor; his obsession turns to love and a meeting proves dangerous and pivotal for both.
VII - Thou shalt not steal."
Six-year-old Ania is made to believe that her mother is really her sister in this powerful allegory on the theft of love.
VIII - "Thou shalt not bear false witness against they neighbor."
An ethics professor confronts her past when a Jewish survivor reveals herself as the young girl the professor refused to hide from the Nazis during the Occupation.
IX - "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife."
A once promiscuous, now impotent doctor encourages his wife to take a lover only to be consumed by jealousy.
X - "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's goods."
A black comedy of two financially strapped brothers who unexpectedly inherit a small fortune in postage stamps.