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The Man Who Cried

Rated R for sexuality.

R 99min.
 
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In this historical drama with music, a gifted singer (Oleg Yankovsky) from a Jewish village in Russia travels to the United States in 1927, leaving behind his young daughter Fegele (Claudia Lander-Duke). Read More
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