Chaplin Today: CITY LIGHTS
City Lights • 26m
This 27-minute documentary from 2003, directed by Serge Bromberg, examines CITY LIGHTS as a high point of Charlie Chaplin’s artistry and features observations by film producer and Aardman Animations cofounder Peter Lord.
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