Bed And Sofa (Abram Room)
A housing shortage forces a man to move in with a married woman friend. This a most unusual Soviet silent film not only because a housing shortage implies an imperfect socialist system, but because this is a humorous, naturalistic drama, little concerned with politics. Directed by Abram Room; featuring Nikolai Batalov, Ludmila Semyonova, and Vladimir Fogel. USSR, 1927, B&W, 72 minutes, silent with English title cards.
Video Cassette available in NTSC ONLY