Much investigation has gone into the
issue of Nazi art theft during World War II, with grand efforts made to
verify claims and restore pieces to their rightful owners or their
surviving family members.
In The Babadook, we get Amelia
(Essie Davis), a put-upon single mother struggling to overcome the
trauma of losing her husband while raising an emotionally challenged son
named Samuel (Noah Wiseman), who fears the monster lurking under his
bed and on the pages of a new book in his bedtime collection.
Like a film femme fatale from that era, Mad Men
lured audiences in with the idealistic beauty of men and women who
dressed up every day to go out into a picturesque world that seemed so
different from ours — something perfectly embodied by the impossibly
handsome and charming Don Draper and the advertising industry in
Streets don’t get much meaner than those
of Belfast back in 1971 as the British army all but occupied the
territory, caught up in what amounted to terroristic street fights
between Catholics and Protestants with few truly innocent bystanders in
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (8
p.m. Sunday, HBO), based on the book by Pulitzer Prize winner Lawrence
Wright, looks to dispel rumors and drop some serious information about
Scientology on the masses.