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Blu-ray Review - Beggars of Life


1928's "Beggars of Life" is largely considered to be one of Louise Brooks's finest motion pictures. The material asks quite a lot of the actress, portraying a haunted character in the midst of interstate travel and personal turmoil, facing threat from all sides. Brooks gives the role all she's got, and effort is appreciated, adding a rich sense of emotion to the production, which winds through elements of murder, abuse, and law enforcement pursuit, requiring a little softness to balance out all the edge that's served up during the run time.  Read the rest at


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