We surveyed 11 spiritual leaders about not only what they watch, but how these shows weave into their Torah teachings.
The song performed by the duo, the Alibi Sisters, was a Barry Sisters classic, “Chiribim Chiribom”.
The series is just the latest from Israel gaining a whole new audience in America.
Shtisel knows its strengths, and season three leans into them.
The remake sounds like it will be yet another show painting Orthodox Jewish life as oppressive.
The hit Marvel show is not an average superhero story. Its protagonist copes with intergenerational trauma from her parents’ experience in Auschwitz.
“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).
The film that helped me take a break from being a feminist is coming to a streaming service near you.
There’s a lot to watch.
Though the show takes place in the capital of the Mormon world, Latter-Day Saints are thin on the ground.