It’s not consistently hilarious at the start, or at any point, but its pleasant silliness – especially in political digs – keeps the story afloat.
The Netflix show has created an alternative space for public and nuanced discussions about Orthodoxy, ultra-Orthodoxy, and gender.
Twenty years after 9/11, in a climate of anti-Arab and anti-Muslim racist backlash, two comedians use satire to help change the stories we tell.
The movie, spanning 25 years, is a simple drama that has 'good people' and 'bad people'.
Urban legends are shaped by the people who tell them and where they’re from. That’s why you’ll hear so many versions of the same story.
The problem with tokenism is that it plays into stereotypes, it paints a very one-dimensional image of a character and reinforces inherent ideas that should be dismantled.
Some bits, not even central to the mystery, are plain baffling – even insulting.