Song (1928)

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After committing a murder for his lover, Gloria, the famous painter Jack is forced to go underground. In the harbor district, he saves the poor Malaysian girl Song in front of two intrusive... See full summary »


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18 May 2019 | richardchatten
Love in a Hot Climate
Supposedly set somewhere in the Far East - although no one seems dressed for that climate - Variety's reviewer and Mordaunt Hall of 'The New York Times' both gave short shrift to the 65 minute version of the film that lasted over two hours in the version I just saw on London's South Bank; which seems to have been the British release version.

It was a mark of the cosmopolitanism of late silent cinema that Anna May Wong could be paired with a relatively young and dashing Heinrich George (billed as 'Henry George'), with Hans Adalbert von Schlettow playing the same smarmy Other Man with plenty of money to wave around a he had in Anthony Asquith's 'Cottage on Dartmoor'.

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