Before Liev Schreiber headed to the Paris Theater on May 5 to accept an award at the Israel Film Festival, he said he did “what every good Jewish boy would do — I called my mother.”
His mom, Heather, told him to say it’s wonderful to be a Jew.
Of course Schreiber immediately responded, “But ma, is it not also wonderful to not be a Jew?”
Mom replied, “How should I know?”
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