• Chaplin and Crime: Planting the Seeds for Monsieur Verdoux

    By Lisa Stein Haven

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  • By Keith
    April 08, 2013
    04:38 PM

    A Chaplin fan all my life, I just watched this for the first time today. A truly great film. I was in awe from the first frame to the last.
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  • By Liam Molenda
    April 09, 2013
    10:49 AM

    A dark, cynical Chaplin? I'm in.
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  • By giulietta
    July 28, 2013
    11:45 AM

    I loved it.
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  • By Early Rahmer
    August 25, 2013
    12:52 AM

    Truly brilliant.
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  • By An International Citizen
    September 14, 2013
    11:03 PM

    Spent 5 hours today watching the film plus all bonus features. What a masterpiece, that's all what I ca say! Many topics in the film still reverberate today, such as weapons of mass destruction, financial crisis which caused suffering of the poor, ruthless world, social injustice and equality, just mentioned a few. 60 years after the premiere of the film, humanity is on the verge of even more crisis. Sir Charlie Chaplin, you are a truly humanist who deserves the ultimate respect from all of us.
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