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.
“Most people were laughing at their terrible handlebar mustaches rather than looking at anything that was on the table,” Emilia Clarke said.
Isaac Butterfield told a Jewish audience member who objected to his jokes about the Holocaust: “If you can’t stand the heat get out of the ov
Unlike just about every other cuisine in the world, Jewish food is not distinguished by geography, Koenig argues.
Everything you need to know about the Hulu adaptation of Joseph Heller’s “Catch-22” comes down to a scream.
The Warburtons commercial obscures the bagel’s Jewish origins, if consumers here even knew about them in the first place.
Fun fact: Doris Day turned down the role of Mrs. Robinson in “The Graduate.”
Reader, I have made some unfortunate decisions in my life. But not once have I cast Mel Gibson in a movie called “Rothchild.”
Alain Delon has called the rise of the ultra-right wing National Front “very edifying.”
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is not living up to his comic namesake.
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