Global Cold War (1947-91)

Bigelow, Kathryn, Sigurjon Sighvatsson, Christine Whitaker, Edward S. Feldman, Christopher Kyle, Louis Nowra, Harrison Ford, Liam Neeson, Peter Sarsgaard, Joss Ackland et al. K-19 the Widowmaker. Hollywood, CA, USA: Paramount Pictures, 2002.
Frankenheimer, John. Seven Days in May. Burbank, CA, USA: Warner Home Video, 1964.
Connery, Sean, Alec Baldwin, Scott Glenn, James Earl Jones, Sam Neill, Mace Neufeld, Jerry Sherlock, Larry Ferguson, Donald Stewart, John McTiernan et al. The Hunt for Red October. Los Angelos, CA, USA: Paramount Pictures, 1990.
Davis, Peter S., Alan Sharp, Michael T. Murphy, Sam Peckinpah, Rutger Hauer, John Hurt, Craig T. Nelson, Dennis Hopper, Burt Lancaster, Chris Sarandon et al. The Osterman Weekend. Beverly Hills, CA, USA: Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2004.
Loader, Jayne, and Kevin Rafferty. The Atomic Cafe. US: Libra Films, 1982.
Iannucci, Armando. The Death of Stalin. United States: IFC, 2017.

Premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2017 and released in the United States and United Kingdom in early 2018. Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan banned the film.

Weisberg, Joe, and Joel Fields. The Americans. United States: FX Network, 2013.

Six seasons spanning the years 2013-2018.

Wajda, Andrzej. Ashes and Diamonds. Poland, 1958.

The third film in Andrzej Wajda’s World War II triology, preceded by A Generation and Kanal.

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