If Call Me by Your Name, the bestselling 2007 romance novel by André Aciman, was an ode to the passions and discoveries of a first love, then Aciman’s new sequel, Find Me, asks us to believe in something much more perilous: second love.
A preview of some of the films from this year’s Chicago International Film Festival.
The show has always played with its central family’s Jewish identity and customs in offbeat, transgressive ways, allowing the gender politics and arrested development of its central characters to twist their relationship to their own faith.
In one episode, Goldstein explores his long-lost dream of becoming a rabbi; in another, he interviews his first girlfriend, trying to figure out where their relationship went wrong.
There is, now and forever, only one character who comes to mind whenever Sacha Baron Cohen grows a mustache and sports a vaguely non-Western accent.
HBO’s historical miniseries about the largest nuclear disaster in human history, created by Jewish writer-producer Craig Mazin, is absolutely gripping.