>She has this problem with her car being up front, putting on airs I
>think she calls it.  The stereotypical jewish grandmother, as I've seen
>it growing up Jewish, is someone who backstabs and worries about how
>they look to others instead of doing what they want.
I think that the point that you are missing is the fact that _Driving
Miss Daisy_ is set in the South.  There is a clash of 'Jewishness' and
being Southern, there is also the relationship between Miss Daisy and
her driver who are _both_ not accepted into Southern 'society', he because
he is black and she because she is Jewish.
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