Hasidic Jews seem alien, and even hostile, to those outside their culture,which frequently includes other Jews. They dress differently, don't mingle between the sexes, speak Yiddish, and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Life Apart: Hasidism in America
Hasidic Jews seem alien, and even hostile, to those outside their culture,which frequently includes other Jews. They dress differently, don't mingle between the sexes, speak Yiddish, and ...
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Olivier B (it) wrote: There's too many characters and storyline, the final plot point is annoying. Still, there's enough talent here and laughs to overcome the issues.
Michael T (kr) wrote: Uneven satire starts out well but becomes tedious and rather desperate.
Ondrej (kr) wrote: Oldschool suspence crimi drama paved with great performances from entire cast.
Ker Malkin G (de) wrote: A heck of a movie, this was. Just wow. Major props to Kingsley and Connelly.
Corey C (ag) wrote: This is why I love Spike Lee. Has so much to say about the media and black culture, and spreads its venom in many different directions, towards stereotypes in media past (the blackface, minstrel shows) and present (hip-hop culture). Hurtful, angry, upsetting and VERY darkly funny -- but only in a way too painful to laugh at. The ending montage is horrifying.
Tony B (ca) wrote: Shelley Winters, Doogie Howser and Little Richard all in one movie. That's pretty gay. In fact, it's delightfully gay.
Adrian W (it) wrote: Much better movie than the title suggests.
Tom A (kr) wrote: Surprisingly good, old sci-fi. Definitely a heavy influence on Alien and beautifully shot. Not scary by today's standards, but certainly eerie and well worth watching.