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Janet Bergstrom discusses in a visual essay the relationship between F. Murnau and Frank Borzage at the end of the 20s at Fox. Kaufman - Cinematography by: L. The Riverof which the central theme is desire, is the most erotic film of the silent cinema. Wreathed with the laurels of worldwide success and with an Oscar for 7th HeavenAmerican filmmaker of Italo-Swiss origin, Frank Borzage conceived this erotischste texte with complete artistic freedom.

The initial situation is of an Eden-like simplicity: the initiation into love of a male virgin, a man of the woods coming into contact with a mysterious female urbanite about whom we learn but little, other than that she "has lived life to the full" and that she is always monitored by the crow belonging to her lover who was imprisoned for murder.

There follow the hazards of seduction and refusal, ruses and inhibitions, endless desires confessed, with many hitches, right up to metamorphosis into love. The whole narrative unfolds on the banks of a river which reveals the nudity of the bodies sexthe mortal perils of the vortex passionthe purification and promise of a harmonious fulfilment the sea.

When it first came out the film was pursued by misfortune: not quite knowing how to promote it, Fox disguised the work with a musical prologue and a spoken word ending, filmed behind the back of the cineaste the 'talkie' version was unseen outside of the United States. The strong sensuality of the images shocked puritan America: The River was forbidden a screening in many States and a tacit consensus limited its distribution.

Many newspapers passed over the film in silence, boycotted the publicity, and even the « New York Times » only granted it a small, embarrassed paragraph. For the duration of the season, the disturbing Mary Duncan provoked flights of fantasy under the same heading as Louise Brooks.

Then the film disappeared, became a legend.

It is rumoured to have been lost, just like the other mythic title from Fox, Murnau's 4 Devils filmed at the same time. This DVD is an attempt at reconstruction taking as its departure the fragment of 43 minutes of a total of 84 discovered by William K. Everson and Alex Gordon at 20th Century-Fox, augmented with a clip from the Swedish censors which did not feature in the rediscovered original.

A viewing of these images confirms that what we have here erotischste texte not just a major work of Borzage but one of the unknown summits of the silent cinema. In order to totally restore the plot, the missing parts the first and the last reels as well as two segments in the middle of the film are represented by photos from the private collection of the filmmaker deposited at the Academy Film Archive in Los Angeles and others from a variety of film archives as well as with texts inspired by the original scenario which is to be found at the UCLA Film and Television Archive.

It is interesting to compare this wounded chef-d'uvre with the other films from Borzage's beginnings which have miraculously survived destruction.

Also esteemed as an actor at the American Film Company in Santa Barbara Borzage works from the end of both in front of and behind the camera. His 2-reel westerns immediately distinguish themselves from the run-of-the-mill productions: instead of illustrating the struggle between Good and Evil by use of cavalcades and fusillades Borzage concentrates his stories on the blooming and the maturing of a sentiment, refusing to pass judgement, developing the characterisation by virtue of directing the actors in a manner at once natural, but sensitive and of an astonishing modernity.

A young immature man becomes aware of the drama of humiliation which overcomes a woman "won in a game of erotischste texte The Pitch o'Chance ; a taciturn, misanthropic loner metamorphoses when coming into contact with a woman The Pilgrim ; chased from the paternal home and forced to earn his living, the son of rich parents rubs elbows with the riff-raff of society where he finds friendship and love Nugget Jim's Pardner. Borzage speaks of the awakening of that love which travels through the mutual taming tactics between the sexes and respect for the other party.

He describes a form of psychological regeneration of the lovers, each serving as a catalyst to reveal the profound nature of the other: the entire catalogue of Borzage themes is already contained here, albeit in an embryonic form.

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