An Authentic Portrait of a Jew

It was a terrible movie, but Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson in “Something’s Gotta Give” play two Jews – and they go out of their way to mention their character’s Jewishness constantly – involved in a ludicrous romance. They manage to make both characters utterly unsympathetic. Would not watch again.

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Unstrung Heroes (1995)

Michael Richards, while appearing as Cosmo Kramer on NBC’s “Must See TV” series Seinfeld (1989-1998), also had opportunities to play variations on Jerry’s hyper-eccentric neighbor in movies such as Problem Child (1990) and Trial and Error (1997). Of his 1990s side projects, the most noteworthy is probably Unstrung Heroes (1995), a quality family drama scripted by The Fisher King (1991) screenwriter Richard LaGravenese and directed by Diane Keaton, a woman with intimate knowledge of Jewish neurosis owing to her relationship with Woody Allen (real name Allan Konigsberg).

Set in the seemingly boundless promise of early 1960s America, Unstrung Heroes is the story of Steven Lidz (Nathan Watt), a Jewish boy whose idyllic life goes awry when his mother (Andie MacDowell) becomes terminally ill with cancer. Life with his loving but difficult father (John Turturro) becomes too much for Steven to handle as they idly wait for his…

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3 thoughts on “An Authentic Portrait of a Jew

  1. Hey Hipster, this is in Reddit r/worldnews first page:

    The “20th terrorist” is saying now that a “Saudi Prince” who planned the attack… Its exactly what you said about what was going to happen!! After 14 years they finally are blaming the Saudis.

    The oil prices are chrashing, I don’t think is a coincidence..


    1. To be fair, that prediction was made by some CIA guy, I think Michael Scheuer. Remember Richard Clark? There was an interview with him titled “Who is Richard Blee?” that was released, then censored, about CIA agent Richard Blee. The story is supposed to be that the best case scenario is that the CIA was attempting to recruit these Saudi agents, thus let them “slip through the cracks.”

      It’s just another variation on the “incompetence not malice” excuse. Of course, the story of the 19 hijackers doesn’t explain most of what happened on 9/11. The hijackers don’t explain the demolition of WTC 1, 2, and 7, it doesn’t explain what happened at the Pentagon, and it doesn’t even explain the hijackings themselves.

      It has been known since the 9/11 Commission that the 28 pages had to do with Saudi Arabia, and that it was classified likely to save the Bush family from embarrassment, as they were the Saudi’s best business buddies.

      But Saudi Arabia would have *zero* reason to do 9/11. It hurt them, not helped them. In fact, Saudi was so worried about the US attacking them they published a plan of how they would destroy all the oil infrastructure if they were invaded, thus leaving the occupiers with just a desert.

      If you go back to my old series “Wag the Dog” I mention a very simple rule. If you are seeing it on TV, someone *wants* you to see it. No one has ever heard of Susan Lindauer, but everyone has heard of Edward Snowden. There’s a reason for that.

      There were security cameras all over the WTC, on every floor. Every person going in or out of the building had an ID, and they were tracked. No security footage of the WTC was released, no records of access released or investigated, and the power outages are still almost totally unknown. As far as I know, only Scott Forbes, one other person, and myself have ever mentioned the power outages.


      1. I don’t think nothing will come from this, the Bush family is extremely powerful inside the GOP and Saudi Arabia is too important to be accused of anything that would damage their relationship with the US.


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