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Israel's Orthodox Ravers Are On A Holy Mission To Dance

Na Nach is an ultra-Orthodox sect of Judaism with a techno soundtrack. Na Nachs consider having fun a spiritual duty — whether at a wedding or a busy intersection.

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Malaysia Flight 370 And The World's Attention

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Israel's Orthodox Ravers Are On A Holy Mission To Dance

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A middle-aged British couple (Lindsay Duncan and Jim Broadbent) attempts to re-create the sizzle of their Paris honeymoon in Le Week-End, from director Roger Michell. Music Box Films hide caption

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Middle-Aged Souls Channel Teen Rebellion, Just For A 'Week-End'

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