The Hebrew Hammer

The Hebrew Hammer (2003)

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Corrected entry: Throughout the movie, the Hebrew Hammer is portrayed to be extremely religious. However, when he is in bed with Esther, he has many tattoos. Why would this be if Judaism prohibits tattoos?

Dandude776 1

Correction: I don't think his religiousness should to be taken too seriously - he wouldn't even have touched Esther (let alone slept with her), if he was that relious. Furthermore, at one point in the movie, he puts on tefillin (phylactries) and says, "I don't know what to say," another indication that he's not that religious.

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