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A Change of Heart (1909)

 -  Short | Drama  -  14 October 1909 (USA)
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Howard uses a friend as a fake minister to dupe a simple country girl into a phony marriage. Eventually the girl learns the truth and flees back to her father's house. Howard realizes the ... See full summary »

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Howard uses a friend as a fake minister to dupe a simple country girl into a phony marriage. Eventually the girl learns the truth and flees back to her father's house. Howard realizes the error of his ways and catches up to her, then they go to her father's house together with a real minister. Written by Anonymous

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The Close-Up
23 December 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

One of the things that D.W. Griffith wanted to emphasize in this film was the close-up. Instead of having an air bubble or a title card to express the inner feelings of the characters, Griffith wanted the audience to see the inner life of the characters through the close-up.


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