The Dybbuk

The Dybbuk

Directed by Sidney Lumet

When a young maid is possessed by the soul of her deceased lover, a rabbi must exorcise the dybbuk and the young bride must choose between marriage to man she does not love or an unworldly union with her dead lovers's spirit.

When a young maid is possessed by the soul of her deceased lover, a rabbi must exorcise the dybbuk.

Cast: Theodore Bikel, Sylvia Davis

Member Reviews

The beginnings of Hollywood.

donroy2
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1 week ago

Not particularly scary but still an excellent movie to watch

Onorio
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4 weeks ago

Absolutely beautiful, it might be confusing to people who aren't Jewish, but those who are will love this

Fantome
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5 months ago

I have to agree with many others that I'm very pleased to see that you made this film available as I had heard of it but never knew where to find it. Films such as this show early religious, cultural and psychological horrors demonstrate the origins of the genre and how it has progressed over the many decades and generations of audiences and filmmaking and should be required viewing for all horror fans. I hope to see more such films on SHUDDER.

nqmedia
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6 months ago

I was so pleased to see this available, its a wonderful cultural play that holds its own today.

Heathsketches
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7 months ago