Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s famous play ‘A Doll’s House’. Also known as Nora to some. It is hugely popular on the world stage. The play attracted not only the stage but also the makers of the silver screen. So in different decades this drama has been presented in movies in various ways. Ibsen’s play was first staged in 189. Since then, the construction of ‘A Dolls House’ has been going on in both stage and film. It was even photographed on the day of the silent film in 1922.
Charles Bryant, a British actor and director, took on the role of filmmaker in 1922. However, Bryant did not bring the exact drama to celluloid. His wife Ala Nazimova added some scenes to the script. Besides acting as the central character Nora, Ala was the producer and screenwriter of the film.
The film was released in the United States on February 12, 1922. Not much is known about the image. Not only that, it is said that no print of the picture can be found anywhere else now. So it is not wrong to call the film a lost film now.