The Sorrows of Satan | Chicago Reader

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90 minutes

Drama, Silent
This obscure late film (1926) by D.W. Griffith seems ripe for rediscovery. Working from a story originally written for Cecil B. De Mille, Griffith creates one of his more morally complex films. It's an audacious work, and its financial failure contributed to Griffith's eclipse.

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