Danish filmmaker Peter Elfelt shot this film that covers German emperor William II as he lands in Denmark. According to what I read over at the Europa Film Treasures site, the emperor wasn't exactly welcomed but he was just the type of person who would show up wherever he wanted. I think what one will really notice about this film is that cinematographer Elfelt certainly knew how to line up good shots and I found the photography to be very impressive. As was the case with many of these early films, there's not any story to speak of but I've always found it interesting in just seeing what type of clothes people were wearing in the day and how they carried themselves.
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