Hard Times

Friday, October 16, 2009

Transcript

Many people go to the movies to escape, and one could certainly understand wanting to get away from the Great Depression for an hour or two. But Morris Dickstein, author of Dancing in the Dark, says filmgoers in the 1930s were hardly watching escapist diversions. The films reflected and explored the audience’s unease.

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