Todd Haynes and Brian Selznick combine to form one of the few excellent cinematic portrayals of deafness.
“There is, oddly enough, a strong undercurrent of Jewiness to many — though certainly not all — classics of gay theater.”
For Milne himself, a serious novelist, playwright and poet, Pooh became a Golem-like monster that would come back to haunt him,
“I have a whole new family. It means I’m not alone.”
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In addition to his famous role as Mahatma Gandhi, Kingsley has also played famous Jews like Otto Frank, Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal, and Moses.
“I am deeply deeply hurt if any woman in particular who has been assaulted—or man—thinks that i was in any way victim-blaming.”
“It’s so sad how vicious people are being when I basically live to make things better for women.”
Kenny Ellis was a stand-up comedian in New York in the 1970s — sometimes performing with Larry David — before becoming a cantor.
Allen also warned against a “witch-hunt atmosphere…where every guy in an office who winks at a woman is suddenly having to call a lawyer.”
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