Beyond the Multiplex: Why do war films bomb?

The war isn't over, but we're already trying to capture it on-screen. This week, we consider whether "Grace Is Gone" will attract an audience.

By Salon Staff

Published December 7, 2007 11:49AM (EST)

Recent films have looked at war from the war zone. But "Grace Is Gone" confronts the grief that war brings to those at home. Andrew O'Hehir and Matt Singer consider John Cusack's latest.

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