SILENT REMASTERS: Broken Blossoms

SILENT REMASTERS: Broken Blossoms

One of the forefathers of silent and sound cinema, D.W. Griffith made such classics as The Birth of a Nation and Intolerance to great reception and reward. Broken Blossoms, his next film and alternatively titled The Yellow Man and The Girl, handled the then-delicate subjects of race relations and child abuse. The film was received with great reviews and has subsequently become a silent classic.

SILENT REMASTERS: Broken Blossoms

  • Director: DW Griffith
  • Year: 1919
  • Run Time: 90 mins
  • Format: 16 mm
  • Country: USA
  • Rating: M