Mark Donskoy’s humanistic, lyrical three-part telling of the early life of Russian writer Maxim Gorky is one of the great achievements of 1930s cinema.
Part Two—Alexei leaves home and works odd jobs along the banks of the Volga.
USSR, 1939, subtitles, b&w, 35mm, approx. 100 min.
Admission is $9; CMA members, seniors 65 & over, and students $7; or one CMA Film Series voucher. Vouchers, in books of ten, can be purchased at the Ticket Center for $70 (CMA members $60).
All three parts (tickets must be purchased before the start of first film on 10/8) $21; members, seniors, students $18; or three vouchers. No passes.