Orson Welles followed up Citizen Kane with another impossibly fresh masterwork. Even with studio interference, The Magnificent Ambersons shines brightly.
A war story that explores instead of explodes: Why you must read the devastating Will by Jeroen Olyslaegers
Entire nations and towns were occupied, overruled by new leaders. You could hear the pin of a grenade drop. From a distance, you would have no idea.