D.W. Griffith film about a young Indian girl (Mary Pickford) who dreams that she can live in the white man's world. One day she's given her opportunity and she meets a white man and quickly falls in love but she's about to be thrown for a twist. Here's another Griffith tale where the Indians are shown as sympathetic folks who have been thrown to the side in today's culture. Pickford is good in her role but the film is pretty lazy in the directing department.
You can view this film in Grapevine's D.W. Griffith: The Director series.
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