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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Eleven P.M. (1928)

























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Produced in Detroit, Michigan by little known African-American filmmaker Richard Maurice, Eleven P.M. is a surreal melodrama in which a poor violinist named Sundaisy (Maurice) tries to protect an orphan girl (Wand Maurice) from a small-time hoodlum. The story, which may or may not be a dream concocted by a struggling newspaperman, has one of the most bizarre endings infilm history, when the spirit of the deceased Sundaisy possess the body of a dog in order to take vengeance upon the crook. 

This film was restored by Kino Lorber which was archived in the Library of Congress and released in a 5 disc box set: Pioneers of African American Cinema. 

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