A monologue from the film "A Serious Man" by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen
About this Monologue
- Character: Second Rabbi????
- Gender: Male
- Age Range(s): Adult (36-50), Senior (>50)
- Type of monologue / Character is: Inspirational, Reminiscing life story/Telling a story
- Type: Serio-comic
- Year: 2009
- Period: Contemporary
- Genre: Family, Drama, Comedy
- Description: The Second Rabbi tells Larry Gopnik the story of the goy's teeth
- Location: 57 minutes into the movie
When struggling to find balance and peace in his life, Larry seeks ...
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SECOND RABBI: "How does God speak to us? It's a good question. You know Lee Sussman... Did he ever tell you about the goy's teeth?...So, Lee is at work one day. You know, he has the orthodontic practice there at Great Bear. He is making a plaster mold. It's for corrective bridgework in the mouth of one of his patients, Russel Krauss....