PG-13 | | Drama, Romance, War
After the bankruptcy of their father's stonemasonry firm, Nicola and Andrea emigrate to America to restore their fortunes. After many adventures and near-disasters, they end up in Hollywood... See full summary »
The silent movie that D.W. Griffith saw that inspired his vision for Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916), the picture he was making, was Giovanni Pastrone's Italian silent epic Cabiria (1914).
Never mind. Artists communicate through their work.
The director D.W. Griffith is sat into his car and looking outside the right window, attracted by the Italian Pavillion of the Universal Expo in San Francisco. He asks the driver to stop, gets down, walks around the car and, on the left side, looks again towards the Pavillion (that should have been on the right side)
13 March 2014 1:29 PM, -05:00
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