| Make Way for Tomorrow (1937) |
Retail: $29.95, Our:
Yes, there are still companies interested in putting out grade A classics, with bonus features. Such is the case with the upcoming Criterion release of Make Way for Tomorrow (1937).
Talked about for some time, this long-awaited tearjerker has finally been given a solid release date of February 23rd.
Retail will be $29.95, but it's available at ClassicFlix.com for only $23.99. However, for 3 days only (until November 16th), we'll have it for the SPECIAL LOW PRE-ORDER PRICE of $20.98. ORDER TODAY!
Leo McCarey’s Make Way for Tomorrow is one of the great unsung Hollywood masterpieces, an enormously moving Depression-era depiction of the frustrations of family, aging, and the generation gap. Victor Moore and Beulah Bondi headline a cast of incomparable character actors, starring as an elderly couple who must move in with their grown children after the bank takes their home, yet end up separated and subject to their offspring’s selfish whims. An inspiration for Ozu’s Tokyo Story, Make Way for Tomorrow is among American cinema’s purest tearjerkers, all the way to its unflinching ending, which McCarey refused to change despite studio pressure.
- Tomorrow, Yesterday, and Today, a new video interview featuring filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich discussing the career of Leo McCarey and his thoughts on Make Way for Tomorrow
- New video interview with critic Gary Giddins in which he talks about McCarey’s artistry and the political and social context of the film
- PLUS: A booklet featuring new essays by critic Tag Gallagher and filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier, as well as an excerpt from film scholar Robin Wood’s 1998 piece “Leo McCarey and ‘Family Values’”