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We could do without: where "the Jews come" and where "the estate" - Walla! culture

2020-11-22T07:01:27.749Z

The new series Request by the creators of "The Jews Are Coming" is such a lazy, trivial and unnecessary TV product that the only emotion it evokes is complete indifference. This is not a terrible dish but one that has no taste or smell at all: the humor is chewy, the script is predictable, the characters are not interesting, and the actors do not save it either



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We could do without: where "the Jews come" and where "the estate"

The new series Request by the creators of "The Jews Are Coming" is such a lazy, trivial and unnecessary TV product that the only emotion it evokes is complete indifference.

This is not a terrible dish but one that has no taste or smell at all: the humor is chewy, the script is predictable, the characters are not interesting, and the actors do not save it either

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  • Rainbow

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  • The Jews are coming

Nadav Menuhin

Sunday, 22 November 2020, 08:09

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Promo "The Estate" (Keshet 12)

Let’s stick to the facts: “Playful Sabri” went on hiatus, and Rainbow was looking for a new, mediocre and reasonable comedy that would replace it on Friday night.

She found "The Estate," which is supposed to be much more than that: with a dream cast of great comedic actors like Shlomo Braba, Nelly Tagar, Shani Cohen, Lotus Etrog and others;

A team of creators (Assaf Beiser, Natalie Marcus and Erez Shalem) who trust, among other things, an ingenious sketch program such as "The Jews Are Coming";

And rhythmic episodes of less than half an hour - you could bet that there would be bingo here even before the first episode begins.



But the size of the estate is the same as the size of the disappointment: it is such a lazy, trivial and unnecessary TV product that the only emotion it evokes is complete indifference.

It's not that this is a terrible dish, but one that has no taste or smell at all: the humor is chewy, the script is predictable, the characters are not interesting.

The only bright spot is the likeable players, but admittedly they are also nothing more than that.

None of them show an eighth of his ability - as has been seen in the past on a variety of occasions.

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Players do not display an eighth of their ability.

Nelly Tagar, "The Estate" (Rainbow Screenshot 12)

On Friday night the TV does not want to upset anyone, and like the program that preceded it on the broadcast schedule, the humor of "The Estate" is also based on an unbearable family relationship, and this time the organizing arena is a remote agricultural seat from the center.

The father, Shlomo Braba, is a farmer with an avocado plantation.

The whole family is in debt, so his three children live with him: Shiri (Tagar) and her husband the writer Erez (he is Erez Shalem, one of the producers of the series), around whom the focus of events takes place;

The lazy Daphne (Cohen) and her youngest son who goes by the name of Nachat (Peter Knoller);

Geva characterized as a goofy (Moshe Ashkenazi, "For Her Flying Heroes");

And most recently Vicky, the father's second wife who is characterized as Filipino (Etrog, Zipporella Ensemble).



The thing the gang has in common: everyone despises where they are, agriculture, moshavniks, and so on.

From now on it is a completely normal situation comedy, which just by chance has a frame story.

I would like to say that there are brilliant jokes lurking beneath the surface, or some sophisticated statement about Israeli society, relations between the generations or between the center and the periphery - but there is none.

When the humor comes down to the fact that Israelis like to eat hummus with Arabs, Filipinos look younger than their age and men affectionately call each other "eggs" (above), only random smirks occasionally, almost by mistake.

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There was material for cult here.

Shani Cohen, "The Estate" (Keshet screenshot 12)

One can only regret the waste: the screen time, the budget, the cast, the creators - there was all the material for the requested cult for Friday night, and not even a pinch of it is here.

So if it's not really funny, and not really ventilating anything, and does not hold some hidden message - not sure we need the "estate" at all in the public domain.

We could have done great even without her.

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