Original title: La Confession
(Country Spesific) La confessione
(Country Spesific) La confesión
(Original) La Confession
(Country Spesific) La Confession d'une jolie femme
(USA, 1905) Pathé Frères
(France, 1905) Pathé Frères
(USA, 1907) S. Lubin
(US Import) Pathé Frères
A young and pretty girl confesses her sins to a priest. The priest, judging by his face, enjoys the confession...
Source: Pathe Freres
A young and pretty señorita comes to entrust her sins to a good monk. The latter, judging by his facial expressions, particularly enjoys his penitent's story and does not seem far from wanting to fish with her.
Source: Pathe Freres - Translated
A young and very pretty lady is seen confessing to an old monk. The latter, though shocked sometimes, seems to enjoy the confession, and indeed we do not think, judging from the expression of his face, that he is very indignant and severe to his pretty confessor.
Source: Lubin Catalog
Marvellous Facial Studies of Lady Confessing her Sins to the Priest. One can almost hear the words from the expression on the face. Very clear definition.
Source: The Era, May 13, 1905, p. 31.
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