There are certain truths that are known to all but never spoken out loud. This is one of them. Go on, confess! If you had the cash, you would hire a couple of guys in crisp cotton shirts to carry you around like the boxing champ you are.
This is from East and West, a delightful Yiddish comedy about the American and Polish branches of a family coming face-t0-face for the first time in decades. Culture clashes and chaos ensues. Molly Picon (Yente the matchmaker from Fiddler on the Roof) knocks ’em dead (literally) as the amateur pugilist heroine from the U.S. of A.
Availability: East and West is available on DVD directly from the National Center for Jewish Film.