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  1. Tonight I watched, for the first time in many years, the 1981 film The Chosen. Most of the film was as I remembered it, down to even details of dialogue. However, there was one scene where my memory was so different from what was on my DVD that I wondered whether there might be two variant versions of the film. The scene in question is the wedding scene. At one point the Rabbi (Rod Steiger) comes out to dance, and the first part of his dance is slow, passionate, romantic, a gradual build-up of tension seeming to represent the longing of the young bride and groom (or at least of the you
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