Nell Shipman is a woodlands lass who must battle a rather determined stalker who is obsessed with her. Nell fights back with wilderness wiles, assorted firearms and a dog named Wapi. (And behind the camera, she was responsible for much of the film’s tone and content.)Continue reading “Fun Size Review: Back to God’s Country (1919)”
Nell Shipman is absolutely adorable in Back to God’s Country and I have the GIF to prove it! Just look at her reaction to her husband (Wheeler Oakman) when he doesn’t pay enough attention to her. A well-placed noogie can take care of many issues. (Technically, she did not use her knuckles but I think the result is the same. Anyway, do you really want to start arguing about noogies?)
You can read my review of the film here.
Nell Shipman, one of the creative powerhouses of the silent era, stars in this rugged tale of the frozen north. She plays a nice wilderness gal with a rather disturbing stalker. With her husband out of commission, she has to take on the baddie herself. Girl power!