Called to confront the possibility of radically altered worlds, Krauss’s characters find themselves trapped in the undertow of daily life.
“This movie was like the impossible movie to make,” Baron Cohen said.
The film does not do justice to the intense moral passion, irreverent humor and visceral dedication of these defendants and their lawyers.3
Late in my year at yeshiva, I was proud of my spoken Hebrew until I realized I hadn’t learned the 2nd-person singular feminine; it hadn’t come up.
“Letter to You” pays tribute to Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen while also serving as a sort of mourner’s Kaddish.
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