The Hearts of Age (1934) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Hearts of Age (1934)





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A colonial scene in the U.S. An old lady sits astride a bell while a man in blackface, wig, and livery pulls the bell rope. From an upper door emerges an old man, dressed as a dandy, who tips his hat to the woman as he walks down stairs grinning. Others leave the same door and walk down the same stairs: a shabby man, a cop, and, several times, the same dandy. The man in blackface hangs himself; the dandy continues to smile. A bell tolls, a grave beckons. In the dark, the dandy plays the piano. Is he Death?


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Orson Welles' first film. A short that answered to the styles that were in vogue those days, particularly to Buñuel and Cocteau. Vague but interesting.

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