Fannie Ward is in a role that affords her scope for some remarkable work. It is a good interesting picture, full of suspense and a sense of newness. The picture will appeal mostly because of Fannie Ward's handling of the big dramatic situation. She plays a society girl who touches our sympathy by her sense and by the suggested backgrounds of estimable character of her actions. We know that the young man she is marrying is a thief. She finds it out the first day of the honeymoon. How the two react is kept within actual humanity by restrained acting on the part of the characters and the impression made is helped by unusually good subtitles. Tom Forman has the part of the young man and Jack Dean plays his older brother, the hero of the picture. Melodramatic incidents are grouped around the picture's dramatic truth and it goes well. The screen plot is by Charles Maigne from the story by George Middleton and it is a five reel Lasky picture. The Moving Picture World, June 30, 1917
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