Nothing to do with Seinfeld...I just watched the DVD of the Coen Brothers' "A Serious Man". The main story has a prologue in which a man is apparently rescued from freezing to death by a rabbi (played by Fyvush Finkel) who helps him right his cart which has tipped over in the snow. When he tells his wife that he has invited him to come by for soup, she insists that the rabbi died three years ago and that what her husband met in the woods is a dybbuk - a demon who has taken the form of the rabbi. She is so certain that when the rabbi enters and sits at her husband's invitation, she stabs the poor old man through the heart. His smile does not change, but gradually he begins to bleed, and stumbles out into the snow as he says he does not feel welcome. The wife is so very certain that she has done the right thing, the husband not so much.
The film itself is my favorite of theirs, it combines their trademark black humor with tenderness.
And speaking of telling right from wrong, L'astronave has quite the offer available right now.
My name is Susan Sanford. I pursue the arts in Northern California -Welcome to my free-associative visual journey . I don't do memes or accept awards or ads, but I frequently link to other bloggers if I see something delightful. All photographs and artwork here were made by me unless otherwise noted- please respect my copyright (this includes posting any images on facebook- my understanding is that they claim ownership of photos posted there).