An inventive delight from filmmakers and real-life romantic partners Leandro Koch and Paloma Schachmann, the unconventional music film/road movie The Klezmer Project eludes normal classification, providing a pleasing experience beginning to end. Beginning as a fictionalized version of its directors’ own relationship, the film follows Buenos Aires wedding documentarian Leandro as he meets klezmer band clarinetist Paloma while on a job. The two decide to collaborate on a documentary about the Ashkenazi genre of instrumental music they both love. Soon, the film we’re watching begins to incorporate more elements, including a Yiddish-language supernatural tale and a metacinematic road journey. The grandchildren of Jewish immigrants who fled Europe during World War II, the filmmakers have made a brilliant, multilayered film.