The famous film about the old wino who stumbles into an art museum and gets put into the picture.
It’s a whimsical thing about turning the tables on the critics.
Martin the Cobbler
Alexandra Tolstoy reads the narrative in the opening passages. This is a tough-minded arrangement, altogether straightforward and aboveboard until the epiphany, which is stage-managed most effectively.
Leo Tolstoy’s text is Matthew 25:40. Martin despairs, till a dream bids him expect the Lord. While waiting, he treats a cold street-sweeper to tea, helps a poor mother, and settles a dispute.