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Jewish Films, Jews in Films

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Today in Tablet Magazine, senior writer Allison Hoffman looks at two new films ostensibly about Jews—Black Swan and Barney’s Version—and explains the difference between making a film with Jewish characters and making a fundamentally Jewish film.

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