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I just watched an amazing 1930’s black and white film called Four Daughters.
This man lives with his sister, his four daughters, and their dog, and the film follows the course of three of his daughters finding love and getting married, while one pursues her dream of singing on the radio.
A main theme throughout the movie is music; the family is obsessed with it. The father conducts while playing the flute, one daughter sings, another one plays the piano, another plays the harp, and the youngest daughter plays the violin, while the father’s sister is constantly in the kitchen cooking and tending to the family.
One day, while playing the violin, the youngest daughter hears an abrasive sound just outside of the parlor window, which proves to be one of the most important sounds throughout the film. The “sound” prompts an introduction that leads to love triangles among the sisters, broken hearts, and eventually happy, though bittersweet endings.