Tonight @ the UWM Union Theatre - 7 p.m.
Apr. 30, 2008
The latest screening in the UWM Union Theatre’s “Modernity and Tradition: Film in Interwar Central Europe” series will be a wake up call for anybody who believes America invented the romantic comedy with stars like Meg Ryan and Julia Roberts. The 1935 Hungarian film Address Unknown is a slight, feel-good flick that, like so many films from the time and the era, display many of the conventions that have carried over to the genre today.