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You’ll Never Work In This Town Again!


A movie about hipsters in New York City with several culturally conservative messages was infiltrated under the radar. Honestly, I don’t know how this movie got made, but the screenwriter looks to have “never got work in this town again.” They must have realized what that movie actually was about after they watched it! Five stars.



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7 comments on “You’ll Never Work In This Town Again!

  1. icareviews
    April 8, 2015

    Netflix has it. I’ll check it out.


    • icareviews
      April 19, 2015

      I watched Heights this weekend and will agree with Mindweapon that it’s definitely worth a watch – albeit, with the caveat, that there’s lots of gay stuff in it. Mindweapon in his remarks about the surprising content refers in particular to a scene in which a rabbi representative of an older, hardline Zionist generation clearly has an interest in perpetuating anti-gentile attitudes in a younger, secular generation of Jews with little or no interest in religion. He’s offering his prenuptial counsels to a young couple – a Jew and a white woman – and comes across as a buffoon in his effort to stir up historical tensions.

      At the risk of straying off topic for Skynet, I’ll say that I think Heights is more noteworthy for its portrayal of Diana Lee, the Glenn Close character. Lee is a liberated, professional woman living the feminist dream. She has fame and a great, creative career and shares an open marriage with her husband – and yet is clearly also a miserable person. I actually found the critique of feminism in Heights more interesting than its characterization of shifting cultural emphases and concerns among Jews.


  2. icareviews
    April 8, 2015

    Reblogged this on icareviews.


  3. Hipster Racist
    April 8, 2015

    Reblogged this on Hipster Racist.


  4. Alexandros HoMegas
    April 8, 2015

    A Aryan Skynet themed movie in NYC is People I Know (2002), this movie was made by jews but reveals how NYC power politics is in the hands of the jews, I think the movie was made because the growing rift inside organized jewry between Liberal jews and Neocon jews.

    “This movie also had another important undertone. That is the growing, but still more or less civil, divide between the traditional leftist Jew — the kind you might find at Pacifica Radio or in the National Lawyers Guild, here represented by Eli Wurman — and the more politically flexible “neo-conservative” high-power Jews who have abandoned traditional leftist causes in favor of blatant power grabbing, portrayed in real life by David Horowitz, Allan Dershowitz, Abe Foxman et al., and portrayed in the movie by Elliot Sharansky.”


    • Hipster Racist
      April 9, 2015

      People I Know is a 2002 crime drama film

      Among their many dealings, they operate opium dens in New York City high-rises where they use young White models as high-priced call girls for themselves and their political associates, and then take photos of the illicit acts and use them to blackmail their friends and rivals alike.


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