Ezra Glinter


The Revolution Will Be Animated

By Ezra Glinter

The Revolution Will Be Animated
Ari Folman’s movie ‘The Congress’ is a brilliant spectacle, an exhilarating visual extravaganza and a slapdash thought experiment. It is also unlike anything Ezra Glinter has ever seen.Read More


How Roman Polanski and Jonathan Demme Blur the Line Between Fiction and Reality

By Ezra Glinter

How Roman Polanski and Jonathan Demme Blur the Line Between Fiction and Reality
‘Venus in Fur’ and ‘A Master Builder’ are two new movies that evoke a strange magic: Both blur the line between fantasy and reality, and both are about the art of acting, writes Ezra Glinter.Read More


Woody Allen’s 'Magic in the Moonlight' Will Be Forgotten Soon

By Ezra Glinter

Woody Allen’s 'Magic in the Moonlight' Will Be Forgotten Soon
Do rotten people make great art? Maybe. But whatever you think of Woody Allen, his new film ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ offers little evidence to back up that theory, Ezra Glinter writes.Read More


Ellen Willis and Me

By Ezra Glinter

Ellen Willis and Me
The legendary feminist critic, writer and editor Ellen Willis died in 2006. But a new collection of her essays reminds Ezra Glinter that her voice has a lasting impact.Read More


Ex-Hasidic Writers Go Off the Path and Onto the Page

By Ezra Glinter

Ex-Hasidic Writers Go Off the Path and Onto the Page
People who leave the ultra-Orthodox world have become a social movement. And the stories of their transformations are now a rich literary genre, Ezra Glinter writes.Read More



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