Our next throwback review, in anticipation of the Netflix release of Edward Berger’s “All Quiet On The Western Front,” is the original 1930 adaptation by Universal Pictures, which went on to win the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director for Lewis Milestone. “All Quiet On The Western Front” is a historical film for its depiction of war in cinema and has influenced the genre over almost a hundred years. Tune in as I, Eve O’Dea & Danilo Castro review the original 1930 classic as we discuss its themes, technical crafts, how it was received at the time of its release, and how it’s held up throughout history. Full spoilers ahead. Thank you for all your support, and enjoy!
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