“I was able to watch my childhood self through an objective lens and I was able to see a beautiful child and most importantly — a child.”
Jonesing for more “Unorthodox?” These films might do the trick.
Palestinian actor Mohammad Bakri is stuck in Tunis
Best known as Inspector Clouseau and Dr. Strangelove, Peter Sellers tried on a menagerie of roles in his lifetime.
The show is a vibrant portrait of a woman mid-transition — a coming of age story for a woman made to grow up too soon.
In 100 episodes, David has shown the world a prime example of the bulk of American Jewry’s ambivalent relationship with itself.
“Marceau had an agility and grace which I don’t have,” said Jesse Eisenberg who plays the legendary mime in the new film “Resistance.”
It was on our pages that many American Jews followed Charles Lindbergh’s transformation from hero to anti-Semitic avatar.
“My father never let a Passover go by without delivering the line about ‘Freedom can never be entirely won, but it can be lost.’”
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