A Serious Man has been called hilarious comedy, genius high-brow tragedy, the best, Jewy-est, most auto-biographical Coen brothers film, a modern day story of Job, a medieval story of a dybbuk, and much else. Read more »
It’s five-thirty. The last of the other girls and their little handbags have sidled out already. She faces the bathroom door–towards East–as she begins to pray Mincha, swaying gently, a woman’s shuckle.