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An Awful Moment (1908)

 -  Drama | Short  -  18 December 1908 (USA)
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As a judge passes sentence on a man, a gypsy woman in the audience vehemently protests, and she has to be physically removed from the courtroom. Soon afterwards, the judge returns home, and... See full summary »

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Fiammetta, Matteo's Wife
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As a judge passes sentence on a man, a gypsy woman in the audience vehemently protests, and she has to be physically removed from the courtroom. Soon afterwards, the judge returns home, and enjoys some time with his wife and child. But all the while, the gypsy woman is watching him closely, and is plotting a cruel revenge. Written by Snow Leopard

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Cinema - The New History Book
28 November 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The difference between Griffith and DeMille was that Griffith made his films for the working classes. DeMille portrayed the working classes in his films for a middle class audience. This film is typical of the fact that information could become accessible to the working classes without having to consult a book.


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