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Revisiting Hearts and Minds

A few months ago, when New York’s Museum of Modern Art film series featured Peter Davis’s seminal Viet Nam war documentary Hearts and Minds (1974), we were inspired to look for contemporary reviews. Penelope Gilliatt’s column in The New Yorker … Continue reading

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The (not so) Funny Pages

A note from David Sipress: “This cartoon popped into my head after we started bombing in Libya. I already was feeling completely fed up and overwhelmed by two useless, terrible wars, and the news from Libya seemed to push things … Continue reading

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