Let Me Dream Again
|Let Me Dream Again|
Screenshot from the film
|Directed by||George Albert Smith|
|Produced by||George Albert Smith|
|Cinematography||George Albert Smith|
|Distributed by||Warwick Trading Company|
|Running time||1 minute 16 secs|
Let Me Dream Again is a 1900 British short silent drama film, directed by George Albert Smith, featuring a man dreaming about an attractive young woman and then waking up next to his wife. The film, according to Michael Brooke of BFI Screenonline, "is an excellent example of an early two-shot film, and is particularly interesting for the way it attempts a primitive dissolve by letting the first shot slip out of focus before cutting to the second shot, which starts off out of focus and gradually sharpens." The film was remade by Ferdinand Zecca for Pathé as Dream and Reality (1901).
- Brooke, Michael. "Let Me Dream Again". BFI Screenonline Database. Retrieved 2011-04-24.
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