Re: Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV. It's a kind of film that I wish they would make more. Biographies. Real life people are generally much more interesting than made up Hollywood stories, especially the same old tired crap about hit men and other violent fictional characters.
I rarely watch "hit man" tv or film, I don't have to, I have plenty of other choices. You aren't forced, you have a remote.
I have plenty of other choices that are also mostly lame. And that doesn't change the fact that there are far too many hit men type movies which promote the imaginary virtues of that kind of criminal in a society that is already too full of violence.
But fortunately there are some classic films to watch. I highly recommend a film noir I recently saw on TCM entitled "The Breaking Point." One of the best films I've seen in awhile. It's based on an Ernest Hemingway story, "To Have and Have Not."
A virtually flawless film with an ending scene that may stick with you for a long time.
Re: Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV. I don't disagree I'm not that much different, time moves on and every generation is an exaggeration from the one before. I was trying for years to get my grand kids into older movies, older music and more varied, literature, which I did with my kids and they went for it, my grand kids, don't want to know.