(1911)

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It seems to be a warning against war
deickemeyer6 April 2016
This film is somewhat complicated and it is difficult to tell whether it is all tending. It seems to be a warning against war, showing some of its horrors in shooting and counter shooting. A girl's attempted sacrifice stands out very clearly and her willingness to be shot in place of her brother represents a high type of self-sacrifice. But she is spared by a Union officer, who expresses a desire to make her his wife. The reviewer confesses that he was not able to follow the narrative very well through it, but the devotion of the girl for her brother was a good bit of work. - The Moving Picture World, September 9, 1911
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