I saw a good movie recently (rented from Blockbuster). I Am David is a story about a boy who escapes alone from a prison camp in Bulgaria during the Cold War and makes his way across a good portion of western Europe while trusting nobody due to his experiences in the camp. I don't know why people would want to escape from a worker's paradise, but, hey, there it is. When he digs under the barbed wire at the Greek border, I remarked to my wife what a pity it was that communist countries had to put up so many barriers to all those people trying to get in, fleeing from capitalist oppression to the worker's paradise. Anyway, it is well worth the cost of a rental, something that is becoming rare these days.