A Man's Way (1914)

Short, Drama


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Henry and Louise had gone through college together. Afterward, Henry went out to pursue his career, that of a geologist, meanwhile letting business gradually crowd out Louise, who never ... See full summary »


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9 December 2018 | deickemeyer
Fails to get to its destination convincingly
A two-part offering contrasting a man's and a woman's idea of a career. It is not clear-cut and fails to get to its destination convincingly. The man's dreams are vague and he neglects the love of an intellectual woman for his dreams. Later he marries a girl of the hills, whom he teaches to read and write, but leaves her to return to his "ambitions." She becomes acquainted with the first woman, who takes her to the city and makes a great opera singer of her. The man has now found a mine, meets her again and she forgives him. The camera work, including some perfect double exposures, is highly commendable and there are some lovely scenes in it. The general handling and the acting are fine. - The Moving Picture World, August 1, 1914

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Short | Drama

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Release Date:

20 July 1914

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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