The farmer, father of the heroine, is very poorly drawn
A rural picture in which a scientist, on vacation, is, without intending it, a disturbing factor in a love story. He does his best to mend the trouble and time does the rest. There is nothing improbable in this situation, but the characters, as set forth, do not fit very convincingly into this particular story. The farmer, father of the heroine, is very poorly drawn; the girl herself and her country sweetheart are also not very convincing, but the girl's mother is perfectly set forth. The weakness in drawing these characters gives the picture a very artificial atmosphere. There are some pretty scenes and the photography is fair. - The Moving Picture World, July 13, 1912
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