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We Live Again(1934)

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  • Wonderful Frederic March pereformance

    • William
    • 5/14/14

    I happily licked on this film tonight, and was drawn in by the wonderful performance Frederic March. The standout scenes are the trial, where Dmitri recognizes Katusha, his childhood friend and first love, who is accused of murder. Dmitri's face becomes contorted with such grief and disbelief that I felt his anguish to my core. Then later after he has confessed to his fiancee and her family that he knew Katusha in his childhood and youth, and that had to rescue her, Dmitri sits at the piano, and slowly stats to play a beautiful melody while memories of his youth with Katusha flash through his mind. Dmitri gives in to memories of his youth, of who he was, the passion of his convictions and what he believed in, of the love he felt for Katusha, and then he recalls turning his back on those convictions and Katusha, and Dmiiri is shaken to the core. But this scene is not about hysterics or histrionics, it's a subtle, beautiful and ultimately very sad scene as Dmitri realizes what he has lost, and a single tear escapes his eye. That scene alone is enough for me to recommend a film that has a strong story, a solid performance by Anna Sten as Katusha, a strong supporting cast, a compelling plot, but most of all a very underrated and frankly stellar performance by one of the greats, Frederic March.

  • Great obscure film

    • Jarrod McDonald
    • 11/8/09

    The film, based on the Tolstoy story 'Resurrection,' is fortunate to have received Sam Goldwyn's attention, a big budget, excellent stars, a thoughtful script and Gregg Toland's eye behind the camera. Although it takes awhile to get into the heart of the story, the playful countryside scenes involving the characters of Fredric March and Anna Sten help establish the mood of Russia at this time. A love relationship develops despite obstacles in attitude and social class. Of course, the lovers get separated: he goes on to a promising future among the elite; and she, after having lost his illegitimate son, is forced to take desperate measures to stay alive. These actions cause her to be put on trial where he happens to be serving on the jury. Not wanting to spoil the outcome of the plot, let's just suffice it to say that both of them are challenged to reexamine their past ideals as they begin to fall in love all over again. It's one of those tales that plays on an epic scale, but the dialogue is sharp and gives us plenty to think about as the story moves toward its logical resolution.

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