Bed and Sofa | Chicago Reader

Bed and Sofa

Made in 1927, Abram Room's silent comedy about the Moscow housing shortage offers a rare and nonjudgmental look at the “free love” side of the Russian Revolution, with adultery and abortion both treated as significant issues. Viktor Shklovsky, the father of Russian formalism, worked on the script. 95 min.

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