"Who the hell wants to hear actors talk?" -- Harry Warner, of Warner Bros. (1926) Jone, Or The Last Days Of Pompeii This version adds characters, and adds variety to the settings (including animals and spectacular chariot races). Most interesting is the lively background action that adds a sense of ambiguous realism - is that a crap game? Wait - is he supposed to be a femboy? And why does that crazy dance come to the foreground, hiding the villain's attack on Jone?? Strange, but dazzling flick.