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If Alison Chernick's "Itzhak," a documentary about the great violinist Itzhak Perlman, had a musical tempo designation, it would probably be "A capriccio" (Italian for "following one's fancy").
Semi-illuminating but quite enjoyable, thanks to its subject's warmth and charm.
As a portrait of a marriage forged in respect, love and companionship, "Itzhak" is in its casually wonderful way proof that life is rarely lived as a virtuosic solo.
Think of Itzhak as a revealing scrapbook of Perlman's favorite stories.
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