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Today is Holocaust Memorial Day in the UK, so I figured this was as good a time as any to read my newly acquired copy of Anne Frank‘s Tales From The Secret Annex, which I was sadly unaware of until … Continue reading

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Galore-ious?

Shame on me! I was so busy working on my scripts last month, I overlooked the world premiere of Ellie Kendrick‘s latest big-screen outing, Whisky Galore!, which closed the Edinburgh International Film Festival on June 26th. It’s another period piece … Continue reading

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“What’s Shakin’, Yenta?”

To celebrate the start of the festive season, I decided to re-watch The Hebrew Hammer (2003), a seasonal “Jewsploitation” comedy starring Adam Goldberg as the eponymous private detective, who’s hired to save Hanukkah after Santa’s despotic son ‘Damien’ (Andy Dick) … Continue reading

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Fraternité

Paris is a city that’s very close to my heart, and I still dream of spending an extended visit there someday, so the recent attacks are preying on my mind quite heavily at the moment… though it’s important to remember … Continue reading

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“We Must Stay Cheerful!”

I was still wavering over whether or not to watch the BBC’s 2009 dramatisation of The Diary of Anne Frank, even as I was placing the DVD into the disc-tray. On the one hand, I’m keen to watch as much … Continue reading

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