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Chaplin Today: A Woman of Paris

A Woman of Paris (1923) was the first film Chaplin made for United Artists Film Corporation, which he founded with his friends Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and D. W. Griffith. Chaplin had long considered making a dramatic feature. For the first time, he decided to direct. Actress and filmmaker Liv Ullmann analyses the film. She talks about the acting, the originality of the characterizations, as well as the “feminine” viewpoint Chaplin adopted for the first time in his films.

Duration: 26

Quality: 4K

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IMDb: 6.4

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