A Comic in Search of the Discomfort Zone
New York Times
New York Times film reviewer, A.O. Scott reviews the film, "Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic." He sees her humor as an attempt to be a transgressive way of taking on taboo topics, and argues that her "mocking political correctness has become a form of political correctness in its own right" and is, moreover, self-congratulatory flattery both for herself and her audience." In 2021 Scott and Silverman revisit his review and her film in conversation about both. Click on the link above to see Scott's review and click on the link below to see the 2021 reexamination of this review.
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