In your June 8 article on director Spike Lee (“Mo’ Better Jews”), you left out one of his most significant films dealing with the Jewish experience “Inside Man” (2006). I had a costarring role as Chaim, a professor/rabbi and Holocaust teacher.
I found Mr. Lee to be respectful and a delight to work with. He would ask my advice on Jewish practices to make sure of their authenticity. “Inside Man” is one of his favorite films.
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