“Vida Perfecta,” or “A Perfect Life” in English, opens with a breakup. Specifically, it opens with Maria breaking up with her fiancé Gustavo over and argument about whether or not one should have an enema before anal sex. Their argument is conducted in front of a real estate agent as they purchase an apartment together (they wind up not signing the mortgage).
In Philip Roth’s “The Plot Against America,” a conspiracy theory holds that Lindbergh was recalled to Germany during his first term in office.
“Our Boys” tells the story of the 2014 murder of the Palestinian teenager Mohammed Abu Khdeir. Don’t expect a one-size-fits-all narrative.
She did the damn thing.
The Scorpion strikes again.
The end of an era.
In seven seasons of “Game of Thrones,” the mega-hit HBO show which delights in showing the violent rapes of its female characters, 2.7% of episodes have been directed by women, and 5.5% have been written by women.
Despite the number of Jewish artists involved, “Sex and the City” treats Jews as sex fiends.
This is the first time I’ve seen such an accurate portrayal of this familiar experience where journalists curry favor with Chasidim and ex-Chasidim.
“Gal Gadot is not treated even with the negligible seriousness other actresses at early stages in their careers enjoy.”