Seven Days in May

In honor of the running of the Preakness today, I’d like to highlight a lesser-known cold war political drama, something of a brother to films like The Manchurian Candidate: Seven Days in May.

Starring Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas, directed by John Frankenheimer, and screenplay by Rod Serling.

You can see my previous post on the pivotal note here.

More posts on this film later.

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Thirty-something graphic designer trapped in a boring part of Florida.

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