Ah silent films, these terrific little lost wonders that are sometimes overlooked but are consumed with a sort of sense, that makes the watcher feel as if they’re staring into some sort of looking glass.
To me, silent films make the watcher feel as if they’re watching something history a long time ago forgot about, or watching something almost forbidden.
❝If there were a little more love, no one on this earth would ever be lost.❞
-Count Osdorf (Diary of A Lost Girl)
The line that Count Osdorf in Diary of A Lost Girl, tells the matron and her ladies of the reformatory school when Thymian, Louise Brooke’s character, is soothing her friend who’s been a victim of the school’s abuse.
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