This review is for one of the three movies contained in this box set of DVDs: Satyajit Ray's 1989 adaptation and update of Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People." In Ray's late-career retelling, an Indian town's famous Hindu holy watering hole replace's Ibsen's health spa. Pollution there is endangering people with a sometimes fatal virus and the town doctor wants to warn the citizenry. At first, he is joined in his crusade by well-meaning journalists and intellectuals, but gradually all fall silent as clergy and constabulary trample all resistance. After all, the town's status as a leading pilgrimage center is at stake. With only the support of his wife and children, the good doctor is isolated and demonized and ultimately faces banishment. Ibsen's play drowns in a lot of pointless sermonizing. Ray's movie stays a compelling human drama from beginning to end. This is a highly relevant, powerful movie in an America where polls of certain regions in the throes of epidemic stupidity show the majority of people believe evolution is an atheist plot.