by Aviva Kempner

Finally Jewish Women Have Sex on the Screen

In 1998, Jewish celluloid females entered a new dimension. Instead of the traditional cinema image of the overbearing Jewish mother (Woody Allen’s “New York Stories”) and the spoiled JAP (“Clueless”), Jewish women were portrayed in a refreshing new light on the commercial screen—as powerful, attractive, sexual beings.

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