At a time when movie making was in its infancy and women where regulated to the home, Alice was making revolutionary films that pioneered ideas about fictional narrative and special effects. She even ran her own studio with her husband, Solax, out of Fort Lee, New Jersey for a time. Sadly bankruptcy and divorce cause Solax to close and Blache's promising career ended in the early 1920s.
The following film, The Consequences of Feminism, from 1906 is a humorous story about a topsy turvy world in which men are the subservient sex; spending time grooming and performing house hold tasks, while women take the dominant role in relationships. Blache was certainly a feminist so I imagine this film is meant to poke fun abut mens fears regarding the women's rights.