Once upon a time, summertime was when a young Jew's fancy would turn to thoughts of summer excursions in the Catskills. And for many of them, of course, "the Catskills" meant "Kutsher's." Well, those days of yore are no more, but that doesn't mean a young Jew can't still dream.
Now, to be sure, not being German, it may be that some of the hilarity simply doesn't translate well. But some of it reminded us of when a character on a TV is supposed to be a really great artist so everybody says "wow, his stuff is so powerful."
We sit down with Luzer Twersky, former Satmar Chasid turned rising Hollywood star, to discuss acting, life outside of orthodox Jewry, and what it takes to dress as well as he does. Plus, an exclusive look at Luzer in the acclaimed Félix et Meira