The Innocents: Forbidden Games
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Three Reasons: Macbeth
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The Gold Rush, Germany, 1920s
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The Circus, U.S., 1920s
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City Lights, U.S., 1930s
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Poster teasing Chaplin’s next film (which would be Modern Times), U.S., 1930s
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Modern Times, U.S., 1930s
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The Gold Rush, sound version, U.S., 1942
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The Great Dictator, France, 1940s
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Monsieur Verdoux, U.S., 1947
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Modern Times, Great Britain, 1950s rerelease
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Monsieur Verdoux, New York rerelease, 1964
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“My favorite movie quote: "I'm a rebel ... I just channeled my rebellion into the mainstream."”
Adam Burrows on Three Reasons: Something Wild, about 1 hour ago.
“Good to see Three Reasons is back! Please do this for more of your releases!”
Joseph Blackwell on Three Reasons: Macbeth, about 1 hour ago.
“1) Shakespeare 2) Polanski 3) ... (don't need a third)”
Aleksi on Three Reasons: Macbeth, about 10 hours ago.
“1) Polanski's remarkable ability to adapt a classic story2) John Finch's performance3) The brutal, extremely bloody violence (which is very essential to the story)”
Sidney on Three Reasons: Macbeth, 1 day ago.
“Haven't seen a "Three Reasons" in a while! "The Original Game Of Thrones" was a nice touch. ”
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