Hungary’s collaboration with the Nazis and its role in sending more than 400,000 Jews to their deaths is a source of ongoing debate in Hungary.
“The Sacrifice” ruminates on the possible inevitability of humanity’s destruction of both nature and itself.
What is it about Jewish humor — however broadly we define it — that has made it so popular in the overwhelmingly Christian United States?11
Much like Lamarr herself, plans to make a film about her work as an inventor came up against a degree of ingrained sexism.
“I thought to myself I can’t in good conscience knowing what I know — and having gone through what I’ve gone through — not speak out.”
“The vast majority of Hasidic Jews were exterminated in the Holocaust, partly because they refused to blend in,” Heidi Ewing claimed.
“After someone mentions they were sexually abused by a creepy writer-director, the response is, ‘Oh, no. You got Toback-ed,’” one woman said.
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,
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