I wanted to like it yet it sounds too haphazard. I’m finding it hard to follow and actually understand what’s going on and who’s who. Too noisy as well. I expected a more academic approach not a boisterous play, rendering it a bit fanciful. I’m not sure if I can manage even two more episodes I think I was too hasty in my first review. I’m going to stick with it. It is beginning to make sense more and more to me. I would appreciate more source material yet I’m willing to take your word for its accuracy, given my respect for BBC production and Derek Jacoby, the one dramatist I’m most familiar with. Thank you. I intend to recommend it to what friends I think may appreciate it given their Jewish heritage.
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