When African American filmmakers are upset about perceived inequities in Hollywood, they can blame the Jews. When a Christian (Nikos Kazantzakis) writes a sacrilegious novel about Jesus and a second Christian (Martin Scorsese) converts the book into a film, fundamentalists on the periphery still find an angle to blame the Jews.
They are lucky.
Whom shall the Jews blame for Hollywood’s decades-long denigration of Jewish women and mockery of Jewish tradition? The Christians? The Japanese? The Mongolians?
Consider Hollywood’s unique mistreatment of Jewish women. Michael ...Continue Reading → Share