Everyone from the French communists to the Gestapo decried the film.
This week’s movie news echoes the mystery, beauty and latent horror of the season.
The Cannes Film Festival’s 2018 lineup might excite certain cinephiles, but the selections have left some observers scratching their heads.
Now 50 years old, was the horror classic really just “a good Jewish practical joke on Christianity?”6
Given that “The Disappeared” was such an enormous undertaking, it’s surprisingly hard to find any information about it.
“I told Kubrick this was a very Jewish film, and I explained why I thought so. Judaism is a breakthrough in thinking.”
Talya Zax wrote on ““Die Stadt Ohne Juden,” or “The City Without Jews,” a 1924 Austrian silent film that was rediscovered in a flea market.
The end of “Die Stadt Ohne Juden,” or “The City Without Jews,” was a revelation in 2015, when a copy of the Austrian film was found at a flea market.
Any list of essential films about American immigration that omits “Hester Street” is a shonde.
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