Ignored upon initial release, this smart drama has since built a following among silent movie fans and for very good reason: it’s excellent.Continue reading “Fun Size Review: The Canadian (1926)”
She’s a sophisticated English girl. He’s a rough-hewn Canadian wheat farmer. She needs a place to go. He needs a wife to help out at the farm. They soon find themselves in a marriage of convenience and then things take a turn for the dark. Underrated upon its initial release, this film has started to build quite a reputation for itself since its rediscovery.
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