The Soul's Cycle

The Soul's Cycle is a dramatic film, directed by Ulysses Davis and released in 1916.


Nadia, the daughter of a nobleman, rejects ancient Greece's senator Theron'''s love; so he has her and her lover, Lucian thrown into a burning crater. As punishment for this sin, the gods decree that he will roam the earth as a lion until he can right his wrong. A few millennia later, Nadia is now Agnes, the daughter of a millionaire, and Lucian is Arthur'', a Wall Street broker.

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    director Ulysses Davis
    genre drama
    keywords ancient greece burn god greece polytheism wall street
    producer David Horsley
    publisher Mutual Film