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Review of 'Starring Charlie Chaplin'

Rating:2 User: WhenIWasCruel

The twenties cinematographic aesthetics are nice, as the central idea of shooting a movie with Charlie Chaplin and then editing it, showing it to the public and waiting for the critics' reaction, but: the action part where you should make the stunts is disappointingly limited, you are just able to wander around, punch somebody, climb some stairs - and in the "cutting room" you can only re-watch what you shoot, at normal or faster speed, and decide if you need to reshoot it or not - no actual editing.