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Love & the Cold War in Film  

During the Cold War, lies, deceits, and betrayals were standard tradecraft in the murky world of intrigue between rival superpowers. These qualities can be rough on personal relationships, especially between men and women. Let's talk about the Cold War and learn how rough it was as depicted in the following films: The Third Man (1949), The Spy Who Came in From The Cold (1966), Topaz (1969), Seven Days in May (1964), The Lives of Others (2006), and The Russia House (1990). We will meet online via Zoom for an introduction of the film, then you rent and watch the film independently via the streaming service of your choice. After the film, rejoin us for a discussion of each film's topic and issues. Separate film rental fees are approximately $25 total. THIS COURSE WILL MEET ONLINE VIA ZOOM.


Love & the Cold War in Film
 Show Description
Instructor: Bernard (Butch) Epps, MFA Fee: $50.00
Course Dates & Time: Th, 1/28/2021 - 3/4/2021, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Pacific Time
# Sessions: 6
Location: Online