With live musical accompaniment by Donald Sosin
Dir. Jean Grémillon. 1928, 81 mins. 35mm. With Charles Dullin, Genica Athanasiou. Wealthy Olivier Maldone prefers the working-class life and the carefree company of gypsy girl Zita, but his brother’s death forces him to take up the heir-apparent life. Grémillon combines an impressionistic approach to landscape with startlingly modern editing, psychological acuity, and class consciousness.
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