Any doubt that there is a concerted wish among influential Jews to guide gentiles into maladaptive behavior can be dispelled by watching the 2008 Mike Leigh film Happy-Go-Lucky. The British Leigh, whose family name was originally Lieberman, became famous as a director among the avant-garde crowd in the 1990s with true-to-life comedy-dramas such as Life is Sweet, Naked, and Secrets and Lies. As an actor’s director, Leigh typically relies more on improvisation and dialogue than on action or cinematography. In other words, his films are chatty, and in many ways harken back to the stage — albeit a long-winded, cockney version of one. At least that’s how Leigh was by 2008, when Happy-Go-Lucky came out. (more…)
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