I had the privilege of seeing this film twice on the big screen; once at the Detroit Film Theatre and again at the Redford Theatre. Although the movie is not the greatest silent film made, it is entertaining and has two of the brightest silent (and talkie) stars: Gloria Swanson and Rudolf Valentino. Just to see those two interact together is a joy. The score is great, the print is pristine (so rare in the "lost" silent films), and I heartily recommend it for those who are into this genre. No still pictures in books can do justice to either Swanson or Valentino...to see them on screen reveals why they were so revered.