Cinema: The New Pictures Apr. 6, 1925

Smouldering Fires. Emotional acting is not regarded with the same reverence as it used to be. The beaten breast, the torn hair, the dripping tear are too often signs of antiquity. Pauline Frederick is one of its chief disciples now remaining and it must be said that she does much for its survival. In the present outburst, she is a business woman, no longer young, who marries a young man in her employ. The youth, it evolves, is really in love with her young sister. The opportunity for a grand renunciation scene...

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