'Lost Embrace' Explores Argentinean Jewish Quarter Los Angeles Times film critic Kenneth Turan says Lost Embrace, an Argentinean film that is just now debuting in the States, is a charming and original story about ordinary life set in a Jewish neighborhood in Buenos Aires.
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'Lost Embrace' Explores Argentinean Jewish Quarter

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'Lost Embrace' Explores Argentinean Jewish Quarter

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'Lost Embrace' Explores Argentinean Jewish Quarter

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Los Angeles Times film critic Kenneth Turan says Lost Embrace, an Argentinean film that is just now debuting in the States, is a charming and original story about ordinary life set in a Jewish neighborhood in Buenos Aires.

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