He is not very enthusiastic at first, but after initially struggling with how to approach the topic in a fresh way, Green is inspired to adopt a Jewish identity ("Phil Greenberg") and writes about his first-hand experiences.
At a dinner party, Phil meets Minify's divorced niece Kathy Lacey (Dorothy Mc Guire), a pre-school teacher, who turns out to be the person who originally suggested the story idea.
Philip Schuyler Green (Gregory Peck) is a widowed journalist who has just moved to New York City with his son Tommy (Dean Stockwell) and mother (Anne Revere).
Green meets with magazine publisher John Minify (Albert Dekker), who asks Green, a gentile, to write an article on antisemitism ("some people don't like other people just because they're Jews").
At the ground-floor bar, Henri tells Adam about his cultured girlfriend.
Vergara rose to prominence while co-hosting two television shows for Spanish-language television network Univisión in the late 1990s.
Vergara stars on the ABC series Modern Family as Gloria Delgado-Pritchett, for which she has been nominated for four Golden Globe Awards, four Primetime Emmy Awards, and seven Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The music is by George Gershwin, with lyrics by his brother Ira, with additional music by Saul Chaplin, the music director.
In 2011, Vergara was supposed to star in The Paperboy, an independent drama directed by Lee Daniels.
When shooting was delayed for a week and conflicted with her shooting schedule for the third season of Modern Family, she dropped out.
Vergara's success on television has earned her roles in films The Smurfs (2011), New Year's Eve (2011), Happy Feet Two (2011), The Three Stooges (2012), Escape from Planet Earth (2013), Machete Kills (2013), Chef (2014), and Hot Pursuit (2015).
In 2012, 2013, and 2016, she was the top-earning actress on US television.