Hearing Kasher read his own story was very emotional for me. I am a big fan of his comedy and now have an entirely different respect for him.
It was a classic story of a troubled child and his struggles to change. However, I did not find this repetitive or cheesy. The story was raw. With the luxury of having Moshe Kasher tell it with his own voice, you could feel how real his experiences were.
Both. Kasher has a real talent to take a serious subject and finding humor in it (without making you feel bad for laughing).
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