Jim's Atonement (1912)

Short, Drama, Thriller


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Jim and were Frank friends as well as brother surveyors. Jim was happily married to Mollie, who one day finding an old photograph of her hubby planned to have it enlarged as a pleasant ... See full summary »



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14 November 2016 | deickemeyer
It lacks something of freshness
A picture telling the story of two young civil engineers and the wife of one of them. These parts are played by Mr. Pollard, Miss Fisher and Mr. Lyons. The engineers are friends and the picture deals with a misunderstanding which makes Jim, the husband, jealous. Molly had found a photograph of her husband as a boy. She and the friend conspire to surprise the husband by having it secretly enlarged. The husband, made jealous, throws his friend over a cliff, then he discovers how false are his suspicions. The friend is saved by Jim's going down on a rope. It was taken in a wild, rocky country, and the camera work is very fair. It lacks something of freshness; but is simply and convincingly acted and clearly and smoothly told. - The Moving Picture World, May 25, 1912

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Short | Drama | Thriller

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Release Date:

13 May 1912

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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