13 July 2020 | JoeytheBrit
Trumpet Islqnd review
The version available on Amazon - which might possibly be the only version that now exists - is a 20-minute edited version released for the home movie market in the late 1920s. As such, everything feels a little rushed, and the brevity probably emphasises the contrived nature of the plot in which the hero, who moves to a remote uninhabited island when he realises he can't have the woman he love, literally has her fall out of the sky and virtually into his lap. There's some nice cinematography here, though.