War, Two Viewpoints—Coriolanus and In the Land of Blood and Honey

The internet, streaming video, and discs have made films timeless. Here are two I liked very much, but they’re not for everyone. Coriolanus Different times. Morphed characters. The same story. Coriolanus, the film, attests to the timelessness of truths Shakespeare wrote about—in this case, that we haven’t yet conquered our hunger for war.  Men’s ambitions, beliefs, and/or desire for revenge still lead to destruction.   … Continue reading War, Two Viewpoints—Coriolanus and In the Land of Blood and Honey