1 hr. 27 min.
The Epstein Brothers grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y., playing traditional Yiddish folk music called klezmer, first at local bar mitzvahs and weddings, then on concert stages and in Hollywood films. Now in their 80s, the Epsteins are retired, living in south Florida. However, when they're invited to play at a "klezmer revival" concert in Berlin, the band gets back together, and this documentary follows them as they travel to Europe to play and visit the village of their ancestors.
Director: Stefan Schwietert
Distributor: Kino Video, First Run