Like Ships Sailing – How Mikhail Kalatozov Earned His Place in Cinema History

A woman with a dirty face stands stoically next to a soldier wearing a helmet in the film "The Cranes Are Flying."

|Dan Howard| With every generation, a film comes around that provides a fresh new take on a genre. Most war films aren’t of interest to me, but when we leave the trenches (or spend little time in them) and the battlefield, we see different sides of war that we wouldn’t expect. Continue reading