Cinema: The New Pictures Nov. 11, 1929

The Trespasser (United Artists). This is an artificial picture which becomes effective partly because of its faults. If it were more sensible you might not be able to tell how far Gloria Swanson is personally responsible for what merit it has. As it is, you are interested all the time in the way her brilliant acting makes credible the overexcited story of a woman whose principles and weak husband spoil life for her. She is a stenographer. Her husband is the son of a millionaire. When her...

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