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So much to say in a silent movie kind of way

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Charlie Chaplin in Modern Times. For the first time I see his face in real closeup, every feature capable of expressing an endless variety of emotions. Fluidly we see compassion and confusion; fear and indignity, happiness and melancholy drift across his face like patches of sunlight over a busy city square; buzzing with people, street vendors,┬ámopeds and crusty pigeons. His famous mustache dances daintily and his eyebrows lead a life of their own. He has […]