"Hope and Glory" (1987), directed by John Boorman. 113 minutes. Rated PG-13. War from the perspective of an awe-struck youth, a 7-year-old London boy roaming like a terrier, sniffing out fresh shrapnel to add to his collection, escaping his basement shelter to see the bombs exploding--the best fireworks ever. Yet Boorman never turns war into something flip or trivial.