Auld Lang Syne: 1914 re-release

'[Auld Lang Syne"] is a beautiful picture of rustic life amongst the Scotch hills, and conveys the spirit of the scene in quite a remarkable way. The pictures of the sheepfold and the kailyard are instinct with quiet beauty, and the simple love story provides Miss Florence Turner with an opportunity for a performance of rare delicacy and charm, while the scenes with Miss Helen Costello and that accomplished veteran, Jean, the collie dog, are perfectly delightful in their simplicity and directness.'

TitleAuld Lang Syne: 1914 re-release
SourceThe Bioscope