Children of Hiroshima, 1952
A film by Kaneto Shindo
Four years after the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, a woman named Takako visits her old city, looks up old friends, and faces that terrible aftermath of that tragic day. A powerful anti war statement by director Kaneto Shindo, now a classic of Japanese Cinema. (Browse our Movie Archive)
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, 1921
A film by Rex Ingram
The most popular film of 1921, and the vehicle that catapulted Rudolph Valentino to stardom, this silent-era epic tells the tail of a family split by the carnage of World War I, one side in France, and the other in Germany.
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