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'Slums of Beverly Hills' is not your typical rite-of-passage story
Living on the Fringe
By Naomi Pfefferman, Entertainment Editor
You could call "Slums of Beverly Hills" "The Jewish Joads."
In Tamara Jenkins' debut film, "a loose...