Divan (2004)

Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating None
Runtime 1hr 17mins.
Genres Documentary
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Jerry Horwath Assistant Sound Editor n/a 222 14000002
Adrienne Haspel Assistant Sound Editor n/a 222 14000003
Michael Schafer Assistant Sound Editor n/a 222 14000001
Krisztina Biber Translator Hungarian Translator 741 12000002
Frank London Composer n/a 120836 8000001
Peter Solymosi Translator Hungarian Translator 741 12000001
Jennie Allen Assistant Sound Editor n/a 222 14000004
Tom Hambleton Sound Editor n/a 229 14000005
Ed Raeker Animator n/a 483 23000004
Vivian Kamen Post-Production Assistant n/a 120882 25000001
Daniel Sieraadski Software Engineer Internet/Technology(the44.net) 121071 23000003
Eric Goldhagen Software Engineer Internet/Technology(interactivist.net) 121071 23000002
Robert Siegel Esq. Legal Services n/a 120857 18000001
Ed Raeker Titles Title Design 120825 23000001
Steve Reich On-Line Editor n/a 120811 7000003
Yermiyahu Ahron Taub Editing Yiddish Subtitles Editor 120901 7000002
Susan Korda Writer Co-Writer 120782 4000001
Pearl Gluck Screenplay n/a 120778 4000002
Sara Goodman Associate Producer (New York) 171 3000004
Isaac Stein Associate Producer (New York) 171 3000003
Pearl Gluck Producer n/a 3 3000001
Andras Suranyi Associate Producer (Hungary) 171 3000002
Eric Mueller Post-Production Supervisor n/a 120796 5000001
William Tyler Smith Cinematographer n/a 402 6000001
Matthias Erdely Photography Additional Photography 120835 6000006
Zelda Greenstein Editor n/a 172 7000001
Pearl Gluck Photography Additional Photography 120835 6000005
John Kirby Photography Additional Photography 120835 6000004
Miklos Buk Camera Operator Second Camera 239 6000002
Christopher Edwards Photography Additional Photography 120835 6000003
Pearl Gluck Director n/a 2 2000001
To reclaim an ancestral couch upon which esteemed rabbis slept, Pearl Gluck travels from her Hasidic community in Brooklyn to her roots in Hungary. Along the way, a colorful cast of characters gets involved--the couch exporter, her ex-communist cousin in Budapest, a pair of matchmakers, and a renegade group of formerly ultra-Orthodox Jews. The chronicle creates a visual parable that offers the possibility of personal reinvention and cultural re-upholstery.