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The Return of Nathan Becker

During the Great Depression, a Jewish bricklayer leaves the U.S. to return to his native Russia, only to find that habits acquired under capitalism have impeded his socialist reintegration. Boris Shpis and Mark Milman directed this 1932 drama. In Yiddish with subtitles. 72 min.

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