Anthony Asquith & A.V. Bramble – Shooting Stars (1927)

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Before the constipated bloat and stagger of his 40s and 50s theatrical adaptations, Anthony Asquith was a lively and original maker of silent films. A Cottage on Dartmoor is already celebrated as a rare example of expressionist gloom and experimentation taking root in British soil. Underground has just been restored by the BFI, and it is to be hoped that this dazzling work will be next. Continue reading