reż|dir Aleksander Hertz | PL | 1917/1921 | 115 min
prod|pro Aleksander Hertz scen|wr Aleksander Hertz zdj|ph Witalis Korsak-Gołogowski ob|cast Pola Negri, Witold Kuncewicz, Jan Pawłowski, Maria Dulęba, Mia Mara, Aleksander Sobiszewski dys|dis Filmoteka Narodowa – Instytut Audiowizualny
A wild young girl runs away from her parents’ house to support herself. She becomes a famous dancer and attracts the attentions of a married man, who is prepared to abandon his wife and child for her. First Polish movie in USA cinemas with future Hollywood star Pola Negri.
The film was restored under the protection of the National Film Archive in 2017 by Di Factory and ReKino Studios. Project co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
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