A while back these cats came to my apt. in LA and I went blah blah blah with their camera rolling. I have no recollection of what I said, or if it was intelligent in the slightest, but I guess I at least have made it into the trailer of their documentary, Young, Jewish and Left. I think it should be released soon, dunno when. You can watch the trailer here. I have absolutely no idea what is UP with my sweater and why it’s only half on my body and why nobody informed me that I needed to move past the limnal state of sweater-wearing and either wear it or not, but I guess that’s one of the great mysteries in life, like how God can be 10 and 1 at the same time in Kabbalah, or why the burritos at Taqueria Cancun are so good that I still talk about them a good 6 years after I went kosher and stopped eating them.
I also have no idea what it means to be “left” and whether I fit into that category or not, but I guess they think I am, and I’m not too easily bunched up by people deciding what they think my politics are as long as they give me a fair shake to air them. Of course, I’ll only know whether I got a full-on Real World editing job (ie taking things wayyy out of context) when I see the whole thing. For the moment, I’m just mostly worried about my sweater.
sounds cool. keep posting. this is a nmew favorite weblog read.
This looks fantastic. I hope to see it, but as a general rule, films as such don’t come to rural NH; which btw, stop by for tea when you are at Dartmouth, I’m only an hour away.
I think it is significant that your sweater is only being worn on your LEFT side and would therefore take it as some kind of progressive fashion statement.
congrats on becoming a movie star.
i don’t think i would ever go kosher (i just can’t literally believe that Hashem cares what we eat), but anyway as a fellow Bay resident I just want to say that yes, Cancun and many other Mission Taquerias are so, so good… yet another reason to ignore the dietary laws.