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Movie poster for Sins of Man (1936) It draws a parallel between the patience of Job and the patience of a Tyrolean church sexton, but Sins of Man will be regarded by many not as cinema proof of the infinite wisdom of things, but only as a picture in which Jean Hersholt triumphs over a draggy, overly sentimental script. And the many would be right. There is, of course, the qualifying thought that Hersholt's performance in Sins of Man makes the film real, believable and important. So important, ... (read more