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The heartbreak you feel for her is so real, it will stay with you long after the film ends.
The film never reaches, taking you just far enough that you can fill in the backstories without a script and relate empathetically to each character.
Elderly parents, no longer able to care for themselves, can and do become burdens to their offspring who are living their own lives.
Cherished stories are timeless, sets, costumes change, but they often surface from the natural evolution of our daily family lives. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Lonesome Dove
I think every senior citizen couple should show this film to their family.Published 2 months ago by Michael P. Montaleone
This is an older video, but the issues of those aging are still current...the aging and their relationships with the younger generations. The ending was unexpected, novel. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Josepha
i remember this movie. It was a while ago, but it left an impact on me. this couple who have been together some years, loses their home, and their children decides to split them up... Read morePublished 6 months ago by thesavvybamalady
This is a hardhitting powerful movie and makes us all think about our responsibility for the welfare of our parents. A very sad but enlightening movie experience.Published 9 months ago by Gerald R. Marka
I have been looking for this movie for years. It is the most perfect movie about family, and how we should honor our parents who brought us into this world, and sacrificed their... Read morePublished 9 months ago by stacey Hannam
My wife and I enjoyed this true to life movie it really showed how selfish people are including your immediate family . The ending really hurt and left you really sad.Published 9 months ago by Michael O'Dwyer
Make Way For Tomorrow is for lovers of classic films from the 1930's. It can wring tears from a stone. Beulah Bondi is superb as always. This is a gem of a film, not to be missed. Read morePublished 12 months ago by K. Nolting