Drawing upon the biblical Book of Job, A Serious Man is easily the most Jewish film that writer-directors Joel and Ethan Coen could make. The Coen Brothers were two years removed from taking home a trio of Oscars for No Country for Old Men. The pair would follow it up with some lighter fare, Burn After Reading. Okay, so the latter film didn’t quite hit in the same way so it was back to the…"A Serious Man: A Very Jewish Film For The Coens"
Incitement director/co-writer Yaron Zilberman and actor Yehuda Nahari Halevi sat down with Solzy at the Movies one day after the world premiere in Toronto. Not more than five minutes after the world premiere last month, the entire theater had to be evacuated. This was due to a security concern. The fact that the film originates in Israel means you have to take every security precaution when someone gets suspicious. It took about another hour to…"Yaron Zilberman, Yehuda Nahari Halevi talk Incitement"