Not counting the just completed Open Championship and the Tour de France, overlapping highlights of the sporting calendar that seriously taxed my DVR and remote control skills.
I’m deep into Shtisel on Netflix. I may as well be living in Jerusalem. The three season series was a huge hit among American Jews, but this gentile digs it too.
Tonight I watched Season 1, Episode 11 which is my favorite so far. The series beautifully depicts the costs and benefits of strict religious community. And also, the costs and benefits of extremely close families.
The slower pacing, the incredible background music, the covert sexuality all make for an incredibly unique and rewarding experience.
Unless you’re hopelessly modern, book your flight for Jerusalem soon, you won’t be disappointed.
Loved the first two seasons! Third season is good but not as good. A family drama most of all with Hasidism as the backdrop. Beautifully done. Got really caught up in Kiva’s story and plight. My Netflix recommendation: The Kominisky Method!
For sure. And Giti’s plight. And the grandmother and her television.
I prefer Hawai’i!
Watch Hawaii 5-0 then!
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