As some of you may know, the ironically named Oldest Established Really Important Film Club (which is neither old nor important, but is a film club) is a monthly gathering of film bloggers centered around films selected by the members. Every month, someone picks a film and writes a post about it, then opens up the comments for a lengthy and exhaustive discussion of the film in question. This month, it's my turn to make the selection, and I've chosen Paul Verhoeven's World War II epic Black Book. It's a film that should spark a lot of discussion, and I'm inviting everyone to come stop in, even if you've never participated in a TOERIFC discussion before. There are no membership requirements and no barriers: just show up and make your voice heard. It's a great experience, a great way to explore a film in depth. Past discussions can be found at the TOERIFC site, and should give some idea of the wide-ranging discourse that surrounds the typical selections.
The date for my post on Black Book is July 20, and the post will be up at 10:00 AM, Eastern Standard Time. So get acquainted (or reacquainted) with the film, then stop by on July 20 or anytime after to join the conversation.