Director D.W. Griffith's epic Intolerance is a silent masterpiece steeped in cinematic history and a spectacle to behold. The film presents four narratives, stretching from biblical to modern times, held together by themes of intolerance, man's inhumanity to man, hypocrisy, bigotry, religious hatred, persecution, discrimination, and injustice.
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- D. W. Griffith - Director
- Mae Marsh - Actor
- Bessie Love - Actor
- Elmo Lincoln - Actor
- Erich von Stroheim - Actor
- Lillian Gish - Actor
- Tod Browning - Actor
“Restored to the big screen, the film surprises even today with its vitality.”-- The New York Times
“Among the most influential films in screen history and still as monumental and complex as any made since.”-- American Film Institute
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