I watched Indignation with Logan Lerman & Tracy Letts. It's about a Jewish student (Marcus) from Newark, NJ in the 1950s who gets a service deferment from the Korean War when he attends Winesburg College (a Christian school in OH with a wink to Sherwood Anderson) on a scholarship. This movie has various themes about independence & related boundaries when assimilation is the expectation. Marcus is a good student but his independent intellectual views are not encouraged at his school. He is an atheist from a Jewish family/community who now must attend chapel to meet graduation requirements. He begins dating another student (Olivia played by Sarah Gadon) who has her own array of problems & doesn't fit in. Tracy Letts plays the dean of the college & there is a good extended scene with an interesting discussion he has in his office with Marcus. Scenes like that one are not seen much in movies these days. I liked the beginning & ending, as well as the sets & costumes. Good movie.