Sherman's March: A Meditation on the Possibility of Romantic Love In the South During an Era of Nuclear Weapons Proliferation is a 1986 documentary film which starts out to tell the story of the lingering effects of General William Tecumseh Sherman's march through Georgia. During filming, however, director/writer Ross McElwee's work shifted into a more personal story about the women in his life, his nightmares about nuclear war, and his obsession with Burt Reynolds.

In 2000 the United States Library of Congress deemed the film "culturally significant" and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry.