Carrey Mulligan gives an astounding, Oscar-caliber performance in this touching, poignant, and precise coming-of-age tale of a young British girl who falls for an older Jewish guy, set against London in the pre-swinging era.
I'm surprised that I have not seen one critic so far that did not slam this film for being anti-Semitic. Why did they make David Goldstein, the cad who ruined many lives, Jewish? He didn't have to be identified with any Ethnicity.
Dec 3 - 09:32 PM