Surprisingly the documentary shows through archival footage and a wealth of primary sources that Eugenics had broad appeal in different quadrants.
In “Big Mouth’s” willingness to leave gentiles out of the inside joke and offend Jews with the same, there’s something novel in the works.
The only journalist to set foot on the set of “Who Is America” looks at Sacha Baron Cohen’s show as a genre-defying piece of improvisation.
“Even when he didn’t feel religious, he was constantly viewing himself as the product of that lower-middle-class New Jersey immigrant Jewish family.”
In “Fairfax Avenue,” Janet Leigh plays a diva who is writing her memoirs for the Jewish Daily Forward.
1940s Jews are rounded up alongside brown-skinned refugees, the latter-day French police essentially doing the bidding of yesteryear’s Nazis
In “What Big Ideas,” Season 2, Episode 4 of HBO’s “The Deuce,” the Hi-Hat Bar had a new patron: Photographer Nan Goldin.
The film is less interested in the specifics of Stavisky’s grift, and more committed to a character study.
The film makes the case that Moynihan was the kind of politician we need right now, but also one that was outspoken to a fault.
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