Supported by Jerome Foundation
The9th-Allegro is a documentary portrait of Reb. Dan Harpe, a Hasidic Jew. Shot in Israel and the Sinai desert, The9th-Allegro uses the vocabulary of ‘cinema vérité’ and attempts to fuse divergent cultural imagery. The movie’s soundtrack is the first movement — Allegro — of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony.
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