Modern Times 1936 G
11.00AM Sun 20 Jun 2021 (1hr 27mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Sold Out
In his last film as the Little Tramp, Charlie Chaplin cannot keep pace with the assembly line. He barrels his way through the job leading to disastrous results: a trip to the hospital and jail. Made as a response to rapid industrial development, the film is uncharacteristically politicised for Chaplin in its unflattering yet hilarious portrayal of factory working conditions.
G | The content is very mild in impact
Please note this is a Live Music & Film screening and is ticketed. The film will screen with its original soundtrack on Wed 23 June at 6.00pm.
35MM, BLACK & WHITE, MONO, 87 MINUTES, USA, SILENT / DIRECTOR/WRITER: CHARLIE CHAPLIN / PRODUCER: CHARLIE CHAPLIN / CINEMATOGRAPHER: ROLAND TOTHEROH, IRA H. MORGAN, BUD THACKERY / EDITOR: CHARLIE CHAPLIN, WILLARD NICO / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: POTENTIAL FILMS