The drunkard’s reformation (1909)

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Touted as »The most powerful temperance lecture ever depicted« and incorporating scenes from »L’assommoir« by Emile Zola, this must have been a fairly ambitious endeavor.

Heavily didactic, painfully simplistic, somewhat touching – though far from my book of redemption.

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