I have an essay on this recent Adam Sandler film over at The Occidental Observer. An excerpt:
The phenomenon of Jewish neuroticism, while often joked about in Jewish humor (e.g., Woody Allen, Larry David) or elaborated upon in Jewish literature (e.g., Philip Roth), is, like other Jewish ‘stereotypes’, typically a subject that Gentiles are not allowed to broach, else they be branded anti-Semites. However, the acknowledged Jewish predisposition for mental illness, and the idea of a “psychological Jewishness”, are ideas that many Jews themselves accept the basic premises of. (As a personality trait, neuroticism is likely half or more attributable to genetics).
For the Dissident Right, the value of watching Uncut Gems may lie in how the film serves as a symbolic reflection of Jewish neuroticism. Through devices of chaotic direction and frantic delivery, the stereotypes of Jewish intensity, overcompensation, obnoxiousness, money obsession, paranoia, and continuous persecution complex are on full display, as is that world-weary form of Jewish pessimism which, in this case, seems to have its ultimate expression in the lead character’s suicidal death wish.