|Directed by Michael Snow and Joyce Wieland|
|Canada, 1959 (avant-garde, 4 minutes, black and white)|
"In this parody of a silent-movie cliché, Joyce [Wieland] plays the Lillian Gish-type damsel in distress, Robert Cowan is the trench-coated villain flashing 'feelthy' pictures, and Michael [Snow], an innocent passer-by becomes the hero. Warren Collins comprises the entire crew."
-- Iris Nowell (source)