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Nekhlyudov, a Russian nobleman serving on a jury, discovers that the young girl on trial, Katusha, is someone he once seduced and abandoned and that he himself bears responsibility for reducing her to crime. He sets out to redeem her and himself in the process. Written by
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A real groaner from the early 1930a, WE LIVE AGAIN tells the story of a Russian soldier who does wrong by a serving girl and years later, attempts to set things right for her, now a wrongly convicted murderer headed for Siberia, and redeem himself at the same time. This may have been based on a Tolstoy tale, although I was reminded however faintly of DR. ZHIVAGO. It is only worth watching for a young Frederic March as the soldier turned nobleman with a heavy conscience. His costar, Anna Sten, is a bad European import, shrill and definitely no Greta Garbo. Also, there appears to be continuity problems with the film, possibly due to bad or hasty editing. Watch it for March.
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