The only thing wrong with this classic scene from The Best Years Of Our Lives, arguably the most haunting ever shot by director William Wyler, is the absurd amount of dust inside the plane fuselage. The scene is happening only a year after the end of World War II in Europe (i.e., April 1945) and perhaps a little less, and yet to judge by the dust levels the plane could have been sitting in the middle of a Sonoran dust storm for at least a decade if not longer. Wyler strove to make this 1946 homecoming film to be as accurate as possible, and he certainly managed that in dozens if not hundreds of little ways. But not in this instance.