Somewhere, A Child is Crying Alone




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  1. While thinking over your list of anti-war movies, I came across a headline, “Trump’s Military Drops a Bomb Every 12 Minutes, and No One Is Talking About It”, followed by an account of our “perpetual state of war”. A bleak picture, but your list is encouraging in telling us that there have always been objectors to the warrior view who didn’t believe more violence will end violence, more killing end killing. (“For good” is usually tacked on.) I’d like to add a banal thought. Any movie or piece of art that represents life being lived without guns, people working at solutions to their inevitable problems without a shot being fired, is, if only in a minor key, anti-war.

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