I guess we could argue that almost all silent films are underrated but for today, I just want to know which silent film you think deserves more love than it gets right now.
Like most fans I have my definite underdog favorites but lately, I find myself most often recommending the beautifully emotional POW picture Barbed Wire, the understated rural drama The Canadian and the stunningly innovative animation Mary Ellen Bute displayed in films like Parabola.
What about you? Do you have silent films on your list that you think deserve some more attention? This is where to share them! I am looking forward to your choices.