Intolerance (1st part)

Intolerance (1st part)

Original title: Intolerance: Love's struggle throughout the ages
Production: Triangle Film Corporation; Wark Producing
Country: United States
Director: D.W. Griffith
Script: D.W. Griffith
Photography: G.W. Bitzer
Music: Joseph Carl Breil
Cast: Lillian Gish; Mae Marsh; Vera Lewis; Ralph Lewis; Robert Harron; Constance Talmadge; Miriam Cooper; Josephine Crowell; Margery Wilson; Elmer Clifton; Alfred Paget; Walter Long; Seena Owen; Elmo Lincoln; Bessie Love
Year: 1916
Duration: 87
Genre: Silent films
Color: BW
Original language: English
Languages available: English intertitles
Keywords: Historical, histórico, drama


 Intolerance and its terrible effects are examined in four historical eras. In ancient Babylon, a mountain girl is caught up in the religious rivalry that leads to the city's downfall. In Judea, the hypocritical Pharisees condemn Jesus Christ. In 1572 Paris, unaware of the impending St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre, two young Huguenots prepare for marriage. Finally, in modern America, social reformers destroy the lives of a young woman and her beloved.


 Winner of the National Film Registry Award, 1989.

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