Of course you don't remember this movie, but it was number one that year. Like many silent classics it met an apocalyptic end. Time is the most precious commodity in the Universe. All living things have a beginning and an end. In the great scheme of life, humans are only a nanoparticle. Most of us have some coping mechanisms to deal with our mortality, but our failure to recognize just how short our existence is on this earth give our masters the ability to control our future through multigenerational CONtrol plans, essentially creating trans-generational immortality for their families. The family blood-lines that will never die and rule the proletariats as master and slave.
I love it. Seriously, you have to admire the diabolical nature of it and its undeniable success. And to think, that I spent my first half of my years on this earth listening to music, loving beautiful women, tasting delicious foods, inhaling intoxicating smells, seeing spectacular scenes around the world, skiing some of the most beautiful mountains in the world, watching fabulous sunsets around the world, floating down wild and beautiful rivers, enjoying weddings, children, and grandchildren growing, playing, laughing, crying. How could I have missed my chance to become an elite while I was engaged in this pathetic life I loved? Why didn't I spend my life rising to the highest level of power and domination? How could I have given up the chance to have millions and millions of people die at my whim, while bringing them untold misery and hell? I coulda been a CONtender. You fiends had better hope a hereafter does not exist to judge you. One thing is certain and that is a pale horse is coming for you. You will try but you won't escape it. gl all