A WW2 documentary on the P-47 Thunderbolt fighter/bomber pilots in missions (Operation Strangle) from their base in Corsica to Northern Italy in 1944, destroying railroads, bridges, trains, vehicles and hard targets.
Languid look at the Gullah culture of the sea islands off the coast of South Carolina and Georgia where African folk-ways were maintained well into the 20th Century and was one of the last ... See full summary »
I thought that I was going to find it very interesting when I read the reviews. I was excited to watch a film produced by Native Americans as I had not seen one before. This came out in 1920 and it is a silent film. I have not watched many silent films before. I did watch one that I found entertaining so I was unsure whether or not I would like this movie.
I couldn't watch much of it. I just found it too boring. I couldn't even really follow the film at all. It did seem sweet and the main character was beautiful but I just could not watch it without falling asleep. I may try to watch this film again in a few months or a year and see if I change my mind and am able to get into it.
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