Movie Review for INTL Relations

The essay should review the event, lecture, exhibit, panel, discussion, or film for the following points: international relations relevance generally, theoretical possibilities, and any coverage of concepts or events from readings and lecture.

Here is the list of films for you to choose from:

No Man’s Land
Welcome to Sarajevo, 1997.
The Last Just Man, 2000.
Hearts and Minds. 1991.
13 Days. Recent Kevin Costner film on the Cuban Missile Crisis. Does a great job looking at crisis decision-making, foreign policy models, Cold War, etc. **
Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
1964 parody of nuclear deterrence—Stanley Kubrick directed, starring Peter Sellers and George C. Scott. One of the greatest and funniest films ever! **
Paths of Glory. 1957
All Quiet on the Western Front. 1930

Hotel Rwanda. 2004

The Year of Living Dangerously. 1982

The Killing Fields. 1984
Fail-Safe. 1964

The Missiles of October. 1974
Salvador 1986
Heaven and Earth 1993.
Mediterraneo (1992)
Triumph of the Will 1934
Tora, Tora, Tora. 1970

Mao Zedong, Lenin, Stalin, Ho Chi Minh, Pol Pot, Nixon, Kissinger, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Reagan.

The Atomic Café, 1982.
Testament, 1983
Threads, 1984,
30 Frames A Second: The WTO in Seattle, 2000,
The Official Story, Directed by Luis Puenzo, 1985, Hotel Rwanda—2004, True story of a hotel manager’s harrowing experience in the Rwandan genocide. **
Sometimes in April (currently on HBO) Rwandan genocide in HBO film;
Syriana (2005) Good adapation of the Bob Bauer book.
Fahrenheit 9/11 [videorecording] / Lions Gate Films and IFC Films and The Fellowship Adventure Group present a Dog Eat Dog Films production, a film by Michael Moore ; producers, Jim Czarnecki, Kathleen Glynn ; written, produced and directed by Michael Moore.
The Hunt for Red October—Cold war, defection, submarines and nuclear warheads
Blackhawk Down:
Life and Debt (2001)
The Girl in the Café—2003.
Fog of War—2004

Crimson Tide:

Fat Man and Little Boy—1989

CNN Presents: The Cold War—Multiple part series on the Cold War with in depth coverage of many different facets of the tensions between the US and the USSR from 1945 to 1991.
The Commanding Heights: Film/DVD series on the WTO and free trade.
Generation Kill: The HBO adaptation of the bestselling book by Evan Wright
The International: Clive Owen, Naomi Watts… International Banking and arms trade, a good choice, not a great choice…
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy…Cold War in full bloom
Argo: Interesting historical sidebar of the Iran hostage crisis.

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