On Borrowed Time. Harold S. Bucquet. 1939.
So this is about… death and stuff? I’m guessing he’s the guy in the first scene.
I’m actually not quite sure what’s going on in this movie, but I am a bit befuddled. There’s a lot of shouting, and people being angry, but the plot just seems… unclear.
I mean, except the bit about the old guy dying.
The unrestored transfer doesn’t help, because it’s all so washed out.
This is a real tear jerker, but the audio is kinda bad, and I’m missing half the dialogue, which cuts down on the crying a bit.
It’s the cryingest child.
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