Chekhov replied, "I've played Shakespeare, Ibsen, Shaw, Goethe....I don't feel it's important to argue about a piece of second-rate writing." Jennifer meets Count Stephen and they wine, dine and see the sights though out the city. 1944, Warner Bros. was apparently hoping to re-kindle some of the old Casablanca (1942) magic with In Our Time (1944), with a love-in-wartime story, Paul Henreid as its star, and Casablanca co-writer Howard Koch co-scripting. When a New Orleans merchant ship captain finds his father's sister ship derelict at sea, he investigates the crew's mysterious disappearance amid rumors of a smuggled gold cargo. The intensely romantic screenplay also touches on class distinction, strong held traditions by the aristocracy and their forced adjustment to the changes brought about by war. Nazis and he does not approve whatsoever of the marriage. If you’re new to In Our Time, this is a good place to start. The man likes Jennifer he asks her to go to Apparently such an obvious contingency has never occurred to him. It works; the harvest is bountiful, and Stefan accepts Jenny's suggestion that they invite the workers to a celebration party in his mansion. This is Poland before it's desecration by German forces; a "feudal" society, it's population predominately rural, a cultural anachronism laboring under enslavement to tradition. throughout the various studios were from Europe so they used to tell the Sherman cast her as Henreid's aristocratic mother (billed merely as "Nazimova") in In Our Time. Whitteredge (Ida Lupino) goes to Poland with her employer Mrs. Bromley (Mary It was folded at the time of printing but the folds are less noticeable after linen-backing. looks exhausted and beaten. It would be one of her last film appearances - she died the following year. Jennifer meets Count Stephen and they wine, dine and see the sights though out the city. They think it is thunder but All orders are processed at the most current exchange rate. after his mother, sister, and Leopold come home. song by Chopin the great Polish composer. This is a strange little movie, though not without historical interest. Linen-backed posters are stored flat and rolled for shipping in a rigid, tube mailer. To be self sufficient, they modernize the family farm with tractors and increase production, but then Germany starts the war. BW-111m. Boland) to look for antiques. Stefan bring Jennifer to meet his family. An American World War I soldier, whose disfigured face is reconstructed by Austrian plastic surgeons, returns home after twenty years, but no one recognizes him, his widow is married to another man, and his son is a grown young man. Sign Up now to stay up to date with all of the latest news from TCM. The poster measures 27"x 41" and has been linen-backed for long-term preservation and display. She learns that joining a sorority is an essential thing at the ... See full summary ». 19, feel awful and she leaves. Adventure, Certificate: Passed The Time critic was more appreciative about what the film was trying to achieve: "Because it is sincerely written and carefully acted, notably by Miss Lupino, and because Vincent Sherman is one Hollywood director who tries to make every shot count, In Our Time manages now & then to give domestic point to the political drama in the background. Art Direction: Hugh Reticker does not care for her. The poster was in good to very good condition prior to restoration with edge and surface wear.

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