We Live Again (1934)

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Nekhlyudov, a Russian nobleman serving on a jury, discovers that the young girl on trial, Katusha, is someone he once seduced and abandoned and that he himself bears responsibility for ... See full summary »


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24 August 2009 | ctomvelu1
| Gawd
A real groaner from the early 1930a, WE LIVE AGAIN tells the story of a Russian soldier who does wrong by a serving girl and years later, attempts to set things right for her, now a wrongly convicted murderer headed for Siberia, and redeem himself at the same time. This may have been based on a Tolstoy tale, although I was reminded however faintly of DR. ZHIVAGO. It is only worth watching for a young Frederic March as the soldier turned nobleman with a heavy conscience. His costar, Anna Sten, is a bad European import, shrill and definitely no Greta Garbo. Also, there appears to be continuity problems with the film, possibly due to bad or hasty editing. Watch it for March.

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