The Lower Depths (1957 Film) - Comparison With Renoir's Version

Comparison With Renoir's Version

Unlike Jean Renoir’s 1936 film The Lower Depths, Kurosawa’s film follows Gorky’s play faithfully, making this film a much darker one and perforce eliminating Renoir’s happy ending.

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