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Thankfully there are enough eloquent talking heads to keep this watchable.
A slight, but very satisfying, and at times, surprisingly moving, documentary about the inescapable Jewish anthem and wedding and bar mitzvah music staple.
An entertaining examination of the "kitschy and profound" song's cultural and historical origins.
It's a fun, nostalgic, informative journey.
The attitude is so much fun and the story so involving that a little naches is forgivable.
Even the occasional bad jokes feel like part of this story.
The film is alternately fascinating and entertaining, though you'll likely be sick of hearing the familiar melody by the time it's through.
You know you're in for an irreverent documentary when the narrator asks: "What's up with this song?"
The film isn't slick and doesn't have the greatest production values I've ever seen, but it's still an enjoyable romp through the history of a great song.
A whimsical and even occasionally profound documentary about the origins of this time-honoured Jewish tune.
It is annoying, frustrating, embarrassing, and irresistible, which makes it a perfect Rorschach test and intriguing metaphor for contemporary Jewish identity.
What does it mean? Do we really care? We should.
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