Hope and Glory. This is the movie that made me think about this subject. I love this movie. It's about WWII through the eyes of a kid, a young boy, in Britain. It's funny, poignant, and I think beautifully portrays much of the conflicting reality of the war - the fear, the tedium, the social change, the lack of commodities, the loneliness of those left behind, to name a few. It's an older movie and the trailers aren't great but this scene captures a lot of what the movie is like. Powwow Highway. Another older movie. This one is about a pair of Native American guys who end up on a road trip together. Buddy Red Bow is a disillusioned activist who was part of the American Indian Movement (the group who seized Wounded Knee in the 1970s and initiated an armed standoff that led to some deaths - the movie is not about that incident). Philbert Bono is a seemingly simple guy who finds no difficulty in being Indian in a modern world. It's another movie that is funny, but also touching and inspiring and I love it. My favorite scene is when Philbert buys a pony that he names Protector. Okay, your turn. Give us some good movies to discover.