Three Women (1924)
Critic Reviews for Three Women
The unseen hand of Ernest Lubitsch pulls the strings for these popular puppets and makes them dance acceptably.
Three Women is an exposition of as pretty a piece of direction as has been seen on the screen in some time. For this Ernst Lubitsch is to be credited.
While Three Women has many strong points, it becomes wobbly and unreal toward the end.
In spite of an unexpectedly weak ending, the film has many points of interest, and an unusual story has been treated by the producer with great subtlety. Herr Lubitsch trusts a little in the intelligence of his audience.
As the self-interested roué's plan kicks into high gear, the cynical comedy darkens to operatic drawing-room melodrama, but Lubitsch anchors the resulting violence with a piercing, subtle intimacy.
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