“I don’t think I was conscious of how Jewish it was until afterwards,” he told Kotaku.
“I don’t think I was conscious of how Jewish it was until afterwards.”
“I think Jews are always going to feel a little bit like they don’t belong wherever they are.
“There’s literal displacement and then there’s a feeling of not fitting in, of ‘I don’t really belong here,'” Levine said.
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