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Los Feliz 3 | Introduction by author and film editor Kristen Lopez
‘Bleak Week: Cinema of Despair – Year Two’ and ‘Sunday Print Edition’
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Home / Now Showing / MAKE WAY FOR TOMORROW
Depression-era drama MAKE WAY FOR TOMORROW from Leo McCarey stars Victor Moore and Beulah Bondi as an elderly couple who lose their home to foreclosure and hope to move in with one of their five children – none of whom wants them both. The template for Ozu’s TOKYO STORY, the film is a startling bleak portrait of generational divide and one that Orson Welles famously said, “would make a stone cry.”
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