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Ultra-Orthodox Jews on film and the adventurous tale behind a famous tune

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Allison Hoffman looks back at the history of Hasidic film characters from Molly Picon to Natalie Portman. Eddy Portnoy fills us in on Naphtali Imber, a hard-drinking mystic, poet, and adventurer who penned “Hatikvah,” Israel’s national anthem. And, of course, much more to come here on The Scroll.

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