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Who Is She? (1910)

Hvem er hun? (original title)
A husband discovers his wife is unfaithful, and casts her off. One of the children is taken ill, and the wife tries to see the sick child, but her husband refuses to let her enter. ... See full summary »

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Oda Nielsen ...
Jacqueline Fleuriot
Otto Lagoni ...
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Victor Fabian
Rigmor Jerichau
Holger Rasmussen ...
Laroque
Franz Skondrup
Poul Skondrup
Poul Welander ...
En ven af huset
Sofus Wolder ...
Lægen
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Raymond
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A husband discovers his wife is unfaithful, and casts her off. One of the children is taken ill, and the wife tries to see the sick child, but her husband refuses to let her enter. Broken-hearted, she goes to America, where she gets into bad company. She shoots a man who wants to blackmail her son, now a rising man. She is tried for murder, and refuses to give any information regarding herself to the judge, as she is afraid it might get to her son's ears. Great is her horror when she finds that the man who is to defend her at the trial is her own son. She also recognizes her husband, who has come to the court to see his son conduct the case. The young barrister, without knowing that it is his own mother he is defending, pleads for her so well that she is acquitted. The husband relents, as his wife is dying, and tells his son that he has been defending his own mother, who dies in the arms of her long-lost son. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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29 October 1910 (USA)  »

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Original Danish title unknown. See more »

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Version of Madame X (1916) See more »

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There is more than mere amusement in this picture
26 September 2015 | by See all my reviews

A drama similar to "Madame X," which has had a favorable run in New York and other cities during the past year or two. It can be said for this film, however, that the people responsible for its production have eliminated much that is not required and have kept the salient features, emphasizing them in a way that makes them stand out clearer and makes the play far more real. The acting is done with sympathy and skill, while the mechanical work is up to the usual standard of the Great Northern people. There is more than mere amusement in this picture. There is a reproduction of dramatic work that is well worth seeing. - The Moving Picture World, November 12, 1910


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