Here we got a another german gem from the twenties. But nothing surnatural here. The last months of Napoléon's life are here described. It's also the fall of a beaten man, left by everyone exerpt a fistful of true friends who go with him on the small island St Helena. The director of the movie, Lupu-Pick, was totally fond of making silent work. So it's not surprising that he comitted suicide when movies began to talk.
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