‘Romeo and Juliet in Yiddish’ features a cast of young dropouts from New York’s chasidic community.
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He was a Satmar dropout, a street kid getting by on credit card and airport baggage claim scams. She was a prodigal daughter, also from a Satmar family, knocking around as a student in Europe and Israel, asking the questions and plying the lifestyle no good chasidic girl should.
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