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Make Way for Tomorrow


Victor Moore, Beulah Bondi, Fay Bainter, Thomas Mitchell View All


Leo McCarey (Director), Viņa Delmar (Screenplay) View All

Release: May 9th, 1937
Runtime: 1 hour, 32 minutes
At a family reunion, the Cooper clan find that their parents' home is being foreclosed. "Temporarily," Ma moves in with son George's family, Pa with daughter Cora. But the parents are like sand in the gears of their middle-aged children's well regulated households. Can the old folks take matters into their own hands?
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This is high on my to watch list, anybody seen it? Welles is quoted as saying "Oh my God, that's the saddest movie ever made" Said to be an inspiration for Tokyo Story....

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People need their privacy and while I agree that people should take care of their aging parents having them live with you and run your home isn't a working solution (at least it isn't for the most).
Citizen Rules
Make Way For Tomorrow, is a great film with and unusual subject's very bittersweet touching while being very hard to watch.