By Judy Bachrach
In Italian Comedy, Life Is Beautiful But Prejudice Is Hilarious
If most people wouldn’t consider rampant anti-Semitism to be a fertile or likely source of genuine cinematic hilarity, consider this: A few months back, Alberto Caviglia, a 31-year-old Italian Jew, won first prize for an Italian movie in the young director category of the Venice Film Festival for a mockumentary with just that subject matter:…
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