Liel Leibovitz

Liel Leibovitz is a senior writer for Tablet Magazine.

No. 64: My Dinner With Andre

Talking it out

No. 66: Sophie’s Choice

No choice

No. 70: The Great Dictator

Adenoid Hynkel has a double

No. 72: Operation Thunderbolt

Heaven sent

Zionism and the Diaspora

The ad campaign revealed Israel’s view of itself as center of Jewish life

No. 76: Private Parts

A biopic that would have played better as fiction

No. 79: The Pianist

A Holocaust film of uncommon grace

No. 84: The Garden of the Finzi-Continis

Keeping the weeds at bay

No. 85: Gentleman’s Agreement

An understated American classic

No. 87: Once Upon a Time in America

The spaghetti Western turns Borscht Belt

No. 94: Sleeper

The future of humanity

No. 96: The Wedding Singer

Crashing New Jersey

No. 97 Hem Hayu Asara (They Were Ten)

The hardscrabble version of the founding of the Jewish state

No. 100: Schindler’s List

Steven Spielberg’s astoundingly stupid Holocaust melodrama

A List of Our Own

Tablet Magazine’s ’100 Greatest Jewish Films’ premieres Monday

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