Frank Borzage – Lucky Star (1929)Mary, a poor farm girl, meets Tim just as word comes that war has been declared. Tim enlists in the army and goes to the battlefields of Europe, where he is wounded and loses the use of his legs. Home again, Tim is visited by Mary, and they are powerfully attracted to each other; but his physical handicap prevents him from declaring his love for her. Deeper complications set in when Martin, Tim's former sergeant and a bully, takes a shine to Mary.
DVDrip | English intertitles | Subtitles: FR & ESP (optional) | 1:39:40 | 576x480 | H264 | 1150kbps | NTSC 23.97fps | Audio: MP3 (lame) - 160kbps | 940 MB
New score composed and conducted by Christopher Caliendo
LUCKY STAR'S remarkable emotional power clearly implies that Frank Borzage knew it to be his last chance at a silent - a testament, as it were, to the vast possibilities of the medium that he had fallen in love with. This is one of the most perfectly crafted of all silent masterpieces, and a further evidence that sound was unnecessary to produce such poignant and moving images.