Married to the Marimba - A Street Performer's Life
Human-Interest Documentaries • 59m
Documentary about an American-born Jewish street performer named Alex Jacobowitz who plays the Marimba on the streets of Germany dressed obviously as an Orthodox Jew. The film was made over a period of approximately 14 years, and follows Alex through Europe to South Africa, Australia, and the United States.
Directors: Larry Price, Alan Rosenthal
Producers: Larry Price, Alan Rosenthal
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