But by not investing truth in the film—by not coming clean about what is true and what is false—Cohen thwarts his own satire.
Cohen refused to disclose where the woman was living now, or how she was earning a living.
When Mr. Cohen was asked by the coroner whether Peaches had been a heroin addict, he replied, "Yes."
Cohen, who helped Lanvin cast its campaign, called to ask Murdock if she would be interested in interviewing.
Cohen claims I am "fixated… with the notion of an Israeli plot."
If he was to learn how the man Cohen had died, he must follow the same path to the bitter end.
"I hope it isn't that one about a Mr. Cohen who played poker all night," says she.
Three men volunteered to undertake the task; Dr. Cohen being one of them.
Wife, wouldst thou have the Cohen curse thee in the face of all Israel?
His name was Cohen, and he had stolen some money from his father and gone to the races.
Jewish surname indicating priestly descent, from Hebrew kohen "priest," from base of kihen "he acted as priest," related to Arabic kahana "he divined, prophesied."
Cohen Co·hen (kō'ən), Stanley. Born 1922.
American biochemist. He shared a 1986 Nobel Prize for the discovery of the epidermal growth factor.