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Modern Times (1936)

Stratford Picturehouse - East London

”You can’t handle the truth!”

A Few Good Men

Sorry, but Modern Times (1936) is either started or over at Stratford Picturehouse - East London.

Synopsis

Playing a tramp struggling to survive in a modern industrial society, Charlie Chaplin created with MODERN TIMES, one of the most elaborate cinematic critiques of the effects of mass production on 20th century life. With his usual charm and bad luck, Charlie Chaplin's most famous character The Tramp, executes some of his most famous slapstick routines around massive/glorified machines, accidentally ends up in the middle of a communist rally, and falls in love with a street waif played by Chaplin's then real-life partner Paulette Goddard.

Rating:
U
Universal - Suitable for allA U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over, although it is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child. U films should be set within a positive framework and should offer reassuring counterbalances to any violence, threat or horror. If a work is particularly suitable for pre-school children, this will be indicated in the BBFCinsight.
Advisory:
Contains no sex, violence or bad language
Released:
25/02/1936
Duration:
87 min
Genres:
Comedy
Director:
Charlie Chaplin
Producer:
Charlie Chaplin
Writer:
Charlie Chaplin
Starring:
Paulette Goddard, Stanley J. ('Tiny') Sandford, Chester Conklin, Charlie Chaplin, Henry Bergman
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Stratford Picturehouse - East London

Salway Road, E15 1BX, London (City)