Shot in Borough Park, the Yiddish film “Menashe” is stunning in its accuracy and attention to detail. Also, it’s a good movie.
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“Significant Other,” Joshua Harmon’s follow up to his hit play “Bad Jews” is a wise, funny meditation on the difficulties of growing up. Jesse Oxfeld is a little verklempt.
David Mamet’s “The Penitent” is a provocative and spiritual tale of a psychiatrist and a mass shooter. But is it any good? Well…
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Central to Hollywood’s current political moment has been Trump’s now-suspended temporary ban on entry to the United States for all refugees and citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, and indefinite ban on entry for Syrian citizens.
As it turns out, TCM won’t be able to offer the much-awaited national debut of Paul Newman’s 1962 film “On the Harmfulness of Tobacco.” Here’s the story behind that story.
Asghar Farhadi, the Oscar-nominated director of “The Salesman,” is boycotting the Academy Awards because of Trump’s Muslim ban. But his film is more relevant than ever.
In Wallace Shawn’s “Evening At The Talk House,” only a thin line separates characters from their audience.
When David Amram and Jack Garfein speak about Paul Newman’s first film, they will bring with them 172 years of cinematic and American history.
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