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Marie Cadrone
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Tony Guiletto
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Marie has two suitors. She accepts Victor and rejects Tony, who stabs Victor in a fit of jealousy. When he learns that Victor is still alive, he breaks into the room in Marie's house where Victor is convalescing and attacks him again. He is threatening to attack Marie when lawmen burst in and arrest him. Written by Anonymous

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23 December 1909 (USA)  »

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Screenplay without Dialogue
23 April 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

As these silent projects have no sound, the story has to rely on visual narrative that is set up by the director. Unfortunately, the 34 year old D.W. Griffith is not successful in setting the scene in this short film. There is no sense of place in the opening scenes, neither are there any characters that you care about and what to follow on their journey through this film for the unfolding 11 minutes. The themes do not interest me at all, and he is obviously tailoring this project to a specific market, excluding other sections of the community in the process.

Nothing in it for me, and I still feel that he was extremely lucky to be paid to express himself in this way.


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