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A Coen brothers classic
1998, dir. Joel Coen. “I told that kraut a fucking thousand times that I don’t roll on Shabbos!” The rest is commentary.
Agreed. One of the best lines in cinema history.
One of the most pro-Israel/Jewish movies ever
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