Jewish Film 2010

The Year Of Myth-Busting

The best films of 2010 were assaults on conventional genres and archetypal characters.

12/28/2010
Special To The Jewish Week

The schlemiel is dead. A beloved figure in post-World War II Jewish-American fiction, drama and film, he suffered a spectacular death by vivisection over the course of a couple of fascinating years of films that re-imagined him in a rather less affectionate light.

Fernando Lujan looks for a suitable place to bury his dead ex-wife in “Nora's Will.”
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