War Movies NPR's Bob Mondello reviews two movie romances set in World War II -- Charlotte Gray and Dark Blue World. Mondello says the war setting for the first film is "background noise" and not an integral part of the story, while the latter film successfully weaves the romance together with a story of shifting political ideologies.
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NPR's Bob Mondello reviews two movie romances set in World War II — Charlotte Gray and Dark Blue World. Mondello says the war setting for the first film is "background noise" and not an integral part of the story, while the latter film successfully weaves the romance together with a story of shifting political ideologies.