Yup! I don't speak Yiddish but between understanding German and knowing Yiddish expressions, was getting a lot. This show has GREAT older ladies, some of my favorite scenes. And Grandma's family speaks Yiddish with her, and Hebrew with each other.
Also, thank you for "The Lion in your Room"...
I loved ”Le Bureau”- will check out the others... There can never be too many great foreign shows.
Currently watching- and adoring!- “Shtisel”, an Israeli family saga about an ultra- Orthodox family in Jerusalem. It is on Netflix, and is just amazing, astute and relatable.
Thank you for the link, and yes, you've translated correctly.
Also, from that (Russian magazine) interview it also seems clear that Maxim's approach works better for Vladimir, and Evgenia misses Mozer and Mozer's ability to put her in the zone before competitions. However, Max tries.
Nathan's LP was foot-perfect, the landings were a thing of beauty, the movements were to the music, he is highly expressive. Give judges a break, people, they got as enthusiastic as we did, it's Nationals.
It seems that Trankov and FSU are in complete agreement:
Retelling of highlights (not verbatum):
Trankov is very happy to return to Rachmaninov, as he considers it T/M's best program. He tried to insist at the beginning of the year that T/M...
Love that Obama has a book list. ((Presidents with introspection)))
Am reading "Less" by Andrew Sean Greer, that won 2018 Pulitzer's. Can't put it down, as it is so relatable, and observes people with both irony and kindness.
The protagonist is a semi-successful gay writer, who, facing a recent...
I have seen plenty of angst on FSU about Gogolev learning quads too early. I've seen the same angst over Nathan Chen. And it is a legitimate concern, even though it would pay off for some skaters. It would be weirder if people just blindly cheered on.