Very much of human nature is depicted in this film
The subject offers a clue to the picture, but, of course, it does not disclose the many interesting details. Very much of human nature is depicted in this film, and it is so well done that practically everyone who sees it is ready to applaud vigorously. Like all Imp films, it has an element which appeals strongly to the alert mind, representing the peculiarities of humanity in a very graphic way. The acting is lively; perhaps, in some scenes, too lively. The photography is clear, and good tonal qualities are reproduced in the film. The pictures sent out by this house are improving steadily. That they are popular admits of no doubt. The intensely human, and therefore satisfying subjects, appeal to a large number of theatergoers and insure interested audiences wherever they are shown. The firm is to be congratulated upon the increasing popularity of its output. - The Moving Picture World, March 19, 1910
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