Even though it's attacked for inaccuracies, I've always been fond of "Devotion", which doesn't get shown very often. In fact, when TCM aired it not long ago, it was the first time I had seen it for more than 25 years.
I'll have to check Bernhardt's filmography, as I have to admit that his name hasn't come to my attention before. Of course, there was a time before my illnesses that I might have known about him and his works, but fibro/CFIDS+ can be rough on the memory process.
I almost did not watch "My Love Came Back" but am happy that I did. Otherwise, I likely would have wound up doing a repeat viewing of a movie I've seen many times before, as I have that habit.
I have to agree to a certain point with your signature. However, filmmakers are giving us such wonderful movies as "Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont" and a number of others I could list. Sometimes, a film buff has to do some extra searching for something really worthwhile.
I happen to be very fond of DEVOTION too despite the inaccuracies. Love the Korngold score that provided the brooding atmosphere.
Glad mentioning MY LOVE CAME BACK brightened your viewing experience. By all means look up Bernhardt's resume. He had some interesting films.
"Somewhere along the line, the world has lost all of its standards and all of its taste."