Tag: Bisbee ’17

  • The Past Isn’t Past

    “If we just relive it again, it’s gonna keep happening,” someone says during Robert Greene’s Bisbee ’17 as a way of asking if restaging a 100-year-old crime against humanity is such a great idea. The event in question occurred on July 12, 1917, not long after the U.S. had entered World War I. A strike […]

  • Real It So Fake: “Bisbee ’17” and the Shape-Shifting Cinema of Robert Greene

    “If we just relive it again, it’s gonna keep happening,” someone says at one point during Robert Greene’s Bisbee ’17, as a way of asking if restaging a 100-year-old crime against humanity is such a great idea. The event in question occurred on July 12, 1917, not long after the U.S. had entered World War […]