October 2018 . . . .

“Inflection”

     Having recently watched, back to back, “Darkest Hour” and “Dunkirk,” from the comfort of my living room couch, alone, late last Friday night, I have thoughts and questions. OK, must I say “spoiler alert?” Is there anyone reading this who would be angry that I told them about something that took place seventy-eight years ago? I hope not.

     In any case, at the end of “Dunkirk,” one young survivor of the rescue asks another soldier to read the leading story in a local newspaper as they ride the train. “I can’t bear it,” he replies when asked why he won’t read it himself. “They’ll be spitting on us in the streets.”

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