I just saw the 1964 movie Becket, in limited release on the big screen, with Richard Burton and Peter O’Toole, as Becket and Henry II. Seeing Becket’s conversion to a principled leader is fascinating—and a good reminder that acting out of clear principle doesn’t mean guaranteed success. And Peter O’Toole’s Henry is a wonderful example of a narcissistic leader, who needs Becket as a mirror for his sense of himself. Watching two great actors play off each other is a treat. The movie will be released on DVD in May.