Cinema: The New Pictures: Jul. 17, 1933

Storm at Daybreak (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer). What would have become of Hollywood without the War is appalling to imagine. When gangsters, showgirls, Broadway colyumists and the inmates of reformatories are momentarily exhausted, there is always the Archduke Ferdinand and the affair at Sarajevo. With this as a starting point, Storm at Daybreak relates the tragic romance of a man who falls in love with his best friend's wife, played to the limit against an Austro-Serbian background and splendidly directed by Richard Boleslavsky.

The central situation in Storm at Daybreak is so commonplace that only skillful...

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