Critic Reviews for Regeneration
Revelling in the cinema's power to set a vast scene in a single glance, Walsh gives the spare, schematic story a novelistic amplitude.
[Regeneration is] distinguished by a remarkable approach to physical casting, a robust treatment of violent action, and a sheer narrative pace to shame contemporary ponderousness.
Audience Reviews for Regeneration
Drags a bit in the middle, but is an important film both in the context of silent movies and the beginning of the gangster genre. The film is based on the autobiography of Owen Kildare. Filmed on location, it is a realistic depiction of life in the inner city during it's time period, even to the point of featuring some of the local waifs.
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