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Il Cinema Ritrovato, Day Two: Chaplin's 'One A.M.,'

  13.07.03 10:16am

"en route to the Russian film I'd run into the irrepressible Serge Bromberg, impresario of Lobster Films, who told me to see the restored "One A.M." by Charlie Chaplin, a balletic drunk act improvised by him when Edna Purviance couldn't work on another project.  Not only is it pure genius, but it's the most beautiful crisp restoration I've ever seen"

 

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