Merrily We Go To Hell (1932)
MERRILY WE GO TO HELL is a 1932 black-and-white romantic comedy drama in which a young heiress marries an alcoholic writer.
A woman is upset by her husband’s adultery but reluctantly decides they will have a ‘modern marriage’ wherein they both have affairs. These affairs occur mostly off screen, but in one scene we see the husband publicly kissing another woman.
A man with an alcohol addiction is frequently shown drinking to excess, contributing to the breakdown of his marriage.
A white man complains of being overworked by putting on an accent and calling himself ‘poor old Uncle Tom’. There are non-graphic references to the off-screen death of a new-born baby, and a discreet implied reference to suicide. A drunk man at a party holds a struggling woman and tries to kiss her, but she quickly manages to push him away. One man punches another, without causing visible injury.
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|Merrily We Go To Hell (1932) - Bonus Material - Dorothy Arzner: Longing For Women||Physical media + VOD/Streaming||47m 0s||Sony Pictures Home Entertainment||04/06/2021|
|Merrily We Go To Hell (1932) - Bonus Material - Cari Beauchamp||Physical media + VOD/Streaming||27m 0s||Sony Pictures Home Entertainment||04/06/2021|
|Merrily We Go To Hell (1932)||Physical media + VOD/Streaming||83m 0s||Sony Pictures Home Entertainment||04/06/2021|