Kike Like Me (2007)

TV Movie   |    |  Documentary, Biography, History

With "Gentleman's Agreement" as his jumping off point, Jamie Kastner asks who's a Jew, and does it matter. He'll answer the question, "Are you Jewish?" with a yes to see how people react. ... See full summary »


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6 February 2008 | the-pond
| Loses focus along the way...
I am not sure what Kastner wanted to achieve with this piece. All the points of entry seem to be skewed; whether trying to interview Pat Buchanan or getting a rise out of poor, unemployed, indigent French youth he just keeps missing the mark.

The one thing I found interesting was that the only people in the film who were concerned about him being Jewish were other jews! He seems to have missed this point entirely.

Not sure how a Jewish viewer would react to this film. You have to see it to decide.

Other than poor editing and a lack of vision, the biggest problem with this film is that Kastner comes across as genuinely unlikeable.

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June 2007



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