1930, Drama/Fantasy13 Reviews 0 Ratings
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Critic Reviews for Kismet
The dialogue is competently handled, so that, while the spectacular episodes are eye-filling, the story always holds one's attention. There are huge settings of the palace and the dungeons, the size of which enhances the value of the action.September 29, 2020 | Full Review…
A splendid effort.
The opulent and extensive splendour of the production may do something to remove the advantages of concise unity or to make them inappropriate, but even so a little precision is something for which to be thankful.
The experiment of adapting such a notable stage success as Kismet to the talking screen has proved an outstanding success in the case of the film of that name.
Mr. Skinner furnishes another example of artistic acting in this film, in the crafty wit of the beggar, his mingled arrogance and obsequiousness, his rapacity, and cunning.
The only remaining element that might give interest to Kismet is the able performance of 72-year-old Otis Skinner in the role he first acted 19 years ago. The rest of the players are indifferent and the play itself is pretty well outdated.
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