“Upheaval” by director Jonathan Gruber unearths the complicated legacy of Menachem Begin.
He’s not played by John Turturro, but we’re pretty sure it’s him.
The documentary “Still Life in Lodz” focuses on a woman’s return to her childhood home in Lodz.
Art Buchwald once pitched Paramount a movie that sounds an awful lot like the plot of “Coming to America.”4
Far too often, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel is used to justify an attitude he never held: complacency.5
Look upon these works and despair.3
The Genesis Prize Foundation noted his “extraordinary work to preserve the memory of the Holocaust and prevent future genocides through film.”
Paul Newman, who would have turned 95 today, once directed a cinematic masterpiece in a Yiddish theater. So, why did he take his name off it?
What could have been an opportunity for an underexamined period in Norway’s past is squandered by empty whimsy.
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