Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Filmed on locations in Venice, Italy and in the Netherlands, this British melodrama starred two expatriates of the Americas: Adelqui Millar, of Concepcion, Chile, and Evelyn Brent, of New York, New York. Millar played a Venetian artist who falls head over heels for a glamorous countess (Dorothy Fane). She soon tires of him, however, and he finds true happiness with his erstwhile model (Miss Brent). Millar wrote the screenplay himself and the film was successful enough to reunite the two stars in Circus Jim (1921), again filmed in the Netherlands.
aristocracy, artist, love, modeling