Film Classics in 35mm! World War I + 100
aka THE MAN I KILLED
United States | 1932 | Ernst Lubitsch
The great German émigré Ernst Lubitsch directed this Hollywood classic that was remade last year by François Ozon as Frantz (see 7/8 at 9:10). It follows a guilt-ridden young French soldier who, after the 1918 armistice, travels to Germany to meet the family of a young soldier he killed during the war. With Lionel Barrymore. Print from the Universal Pictures studio archive! “Perhaps the most neglected of Lubitsch’s great films.” –NY Times. 76 min.
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