Sincere, yet simple and dated biographical feature on U.S. president Woodrow Wilson (Alexander Knox), who works his way from professor at Princeton in 1909 to president in 1913. The film shows his political triumphs and tragedies, including the death of his wife Ellen Axson. It tries it's hardest to be a compelling biography on the legendary leader, including acknowledging his Fourteen Points Policy on World War I, but it has just has not aged well. Most of the film is sadly not that memorable, except the lavish colour and set designs. Knox's performance is not bad, but was not worth an Oscar nomination. Considering this film won four Academy Awards, it was box office failure and is unknown to film critics today. Has not stood the test of time.