February 15th: Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949). Watch Alec Guinness get killed eight times.
March 7th: Unforgiven (1992). Clint Eastwood deconstructs the Old West.
March 14th: The Nightingale's Prayer (1959). A poor servant takes vengeance on her lusty bachelor master in this Egyptian classic.
All of which will no doubt compel you to hear the intriguing panels on various aspects of revenge and its representation in literature, film, history and public space at the conference at the end of March, as well as the keynote address by Michigan Law Professor William Ian Miller. Look for more details about this year's CLIFF soon.