Film Classics in 35mm! 100th Anniversary!
United States | 1919 | D.W. Griffith
Lillian Gish gives one of her greatest performances in perhaps D.W. Griffith’s most poetic and poignant silent masterpiece (shown here in a color-tinted print with a music track). Gish plays a sad, delicate waif living with her abusive father in the rough and tumble Limehouse district of East London. She finds refuge and relief with a sensitive, spiritual Chinese man (Richard Barthelmess). 66 min.
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