• Director and movie maven extraordinaire Peter Bogdanovich sat down with us in 2009 to talk about Leo McCarey’s masterful Hollywood weepie Make Way for Tomorrow. Since we released the film on Blu-ray for the first time last week, we thought we’d share a memorable moment from that interview, in which Bogdanovich relates a couple of anecdotes related to Make Way, including the source of a well-known quote from his friend Orson Welles.


6 comments

  • By Elvin
    May 18, 2015
    02:48 PM

    This film has one of the saddest endings ever. Getting old never seemed so tragic.
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  • By David Hollingsworth
    May 18, 2015
    07:38 PM

    This film leaves a bittersweet feeling every time you see it. It also reminds us of the harsh realities of aging.
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  • By michael brock
    June 09, 2015
    05:51 PM

    There is humor & sadness mixed so well. Made in 1937, humans have really not changed. The technology has changed but behavior of people remain the same. This movie would make a rock cry!!!
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  • By Pat McCann
    July 01, 2016
    09:54 PM

    Bogdanovich is such a Criterion nerd. Is he on the payroll there? If not, he should be. At least release Saint Jack already for gods sake.
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  • By Richard Imbro
    July 02, 2016
    12:20 PM

    Saint Jack? How about The Last Picture Show? (Not buying that box-set, sorry.)
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  • By David Kelly
    July 03, 2016
    09:52 PM

    Scorpion is releasing Saint Jack. And that box set is amazing, Richard Imbro.
    Reply