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An American Tragedy
Josef von Sternberg’s potent, Pre-Code film version of Theodore Dreiser’s mammoth novel tells of a poor young man whose social-climbing ambitions force him to choose between his factory worker girlfriend and a rich young society woman.
USA | 1931 | Josef von Sternberg
Three films into his seven-film Marlene Dietrich cycle, the great pictorialist moviemaker Josef von Sternberg (The Blue Angel, Morocco) paused to direct this potent, Pre-Code film version of Theodore Dreiser’s mammoth novel that also inspired George Stevens’ A Place in the Sun. The movie tells of a poor young man whose social-climbing ambitions force him to choose between his factory worker girlfriend and a rich young society woman. “Deserves to rank withView more
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