Kurt Weill's Lost in the Stars [DVD] 
- SKU: 6141114
- Release Date: 11/11/2003
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- Theatrical trailer
- "Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson, and Lost in the Stars" - an essay by Michael Feingold, Chief Theatre Critic, The Village Voice
- The AFT Cinebill for Lost in the Stars
- An Interview With Edie Landau - Executive in Charge, the American Film Theatre
- Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera - AFT promotional reel - 1974
- The American Film Theatre trailer gallery - includes a complete list of the AFT films
- The American Film Theatre Scrapbook
- Enhanced for 16x9 TVs
Lost in the Stars was an American Film Theatre adaptation of the musical play by Maxwell Anderson and Kurt Weill--which in turn was based on the Alain Paton novel Cry the Beloved Country. Brock Peters portrays a South African minister who goes to the Big City to locate his son Raymond St. Jacques, who is now a criminal in the eyes of the white rulers. The minister forges a curious, foredoomed friendship with a white farmer (Paul Rogers). Lost in the Stars has sometimes been accused of blunting the edge of Paton's angry study of the cruelties of Apartheid; fans of musical theatre will be more politely inclined to this loving filmization of the Broadway play. On its own, Cry the Beloved Country was previously filmed in 1951, with Canada Lee, Sidney Poitier and Charles Carson. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Ivor Barry - Carmichael
- William Glover - Eland
- John Hawker - Paulus
- Harvey Jason - Arthur Jarvis
- Paul Rogers - James Jarvis