A Cottage on Dartmoor is a 1929 British silent film, directed by Anthony Asquith and starring Norah Baring and Uno Henning. It was the last of Asquith's four silent films, produced exactly on the cusp of the transition from silents to talkies in British cinema, a point which is referenced in the film itself. Joe works as a barber in a shop in a Devon town, alongside a manicurist called Sally . He becomes infatuated with her and asks her out on a date; however the evening turns out awkwardly and it is clear that Sally does not reciprocate Joe's feelings. Despite Sally's lack of interest,...
|Release date:||October 1929|
|Directed by:||Anthony Asquith|