It looks familiar.
Page for page, there may be no more frightening children’s books than “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.” The movie seems just as chilling.
The film will be a “comedy-romance” set amid the San Sebastián film festival.
Though Popeye was created by a Jewish cartoonist, the spinach-eating sailor man’s first entrance into literary fiction was in an anti-Semitic context.
“Adaptation,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Mule” show the pitfalls of film adaptations of flower-based texts.
It’s actually funny to watch a bunch of 21st-century comedians treat a genocidal dictator as less scary than a teenage girl with a pen.
There are seven human members of the crew in “Alien” — a number rich in Jewish significance.
Berg played a significant role in helping prevent the Nazis from making the atom bomb.
The six films broach many of the concerns of mid-century Jews and Jews today.
It seems that post #MeToo, securing distribution for Polanski’s films requires a degree of extreme discretion — even in Europe.
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