Screening in 35mm
Director Frank Borzage and screenwriter Frances Marion make beautiful music out of Fannie Hurst's famous tale. After years of hard work, Gaston Glass achieves success as a concert violinist, allowing him to move his mother (Vera Gordon) out of the tenements and into a fashionable uptown apartment, and to propose to childhood sweetheart Alma Rubens. But after his arm is badly injured during service in the Great War, all seems lost. DIR Frank Borzage; SCR Frances Marion, Fannie Hurst, from her story; PROD William Randolph Hurst. U.S., 1920, b&w, 71 min. NOT RATED
In association with the Washington Jewish Music Festival
No passes accepted.
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