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IN HER OWN TIME

USA, 1985 (MIFF 1986)

Director: Lynne Littman

Anthropologist Myerhoff investigates the ultra-orthodox Jewish ghetto of Fairfax, Los Angeles, and asks questions about the lifestyle and values of its inhabitants. Her academic pursuit of knowledge is complicated by a personal health crisis, producing a documentary with two separate themes . .

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