Movie Diary 10/8/2012

Heroes for Sale (William Wellman, 1933). This Depression-era melodrama holds up well, with Richard Barthelmess surviving the slings and arrows and making it as far as the New Deal; Wellman’s gruff sensitivity is just the thing to keep it all from going bad.

At What a Feeling!, a new week of reviews from the 1980s begins with a consideration of Michael Apted’s Bring On the Night, a Stingumentary.

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