sarah’s review published on Letterboxd:
A great silent film with gorgeous use of color and set pieces. I loved Vilma Bánky and Ronald Colman together, and Gary Cooper at 25 still manages to somehow look 40 years old.
Does anyone else find it disconcerting when modern soundtracks for silent films include laugh tracks? They're not even laugh tracks, exactly, just one or two omniscient voices echoing through the music. It's so eerie.