The Fall of a Nation
1916, Drama14 Reviews 0 Ratings
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The photography is not of the quality to which we are accustomed in these days of the art of the photoplay.
The big battle scenes were remarkably well staged, calling forth volumes of tremendous applause at the premiere. Victor Herbert's Interpretative music aided materially to the general effectiveness.
It has volume and power of a kind and is generally impressive, but it suggests hasty composition, is lacking in feeling and will add nothing whatever to Victor Herbert's fame as America's foremost composer.
The music, composed by Victor Herbert, was a redeeming feature of an evening of balderdash.
An example of good motion picture photography without any evidences of the advance for which one must watch with interest in the handling of this new art form.
The first-nighters of the screen appear to not care a tinker's imprecation whether a film battledrama be for war or for peace so long as there is plenty of fighting in it. And believe me when I tell you there was fighting a-plenty in The Fall of a Nation.
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