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Play the Video. There is a Jewish ritual of searching out any remaining bits of bread on the night before the first night of Passover (Pesach). This video is a series of stills put to an iPhoto slideshow with music. The images were photographed without flash in almost total darkness as my children did the search with their grandparents.
Audio track is by RebbeSoul and is used with permission.
The ritual is described in the Mishnah in a section that starts, "Or le'arbah asar, By the light of the fourteenth." That is in the evening of the fourteenth day of the month of Nisan, which is 24 hours before the start of the Passover holiday with the Passover Seder. It is traditional, after cleaning the house of all bread and other forbidden products that one lays out 10 pieces of the forbidden foods and invites the children to search them out with a candle and a feather (to sweep up the evil stuff).