An aged Charlie Chaplin narrates his life to his autobiography's editor, including his rise to wealth and comedic fame from poverty, his turbulent personal life and his run-ins with the FBI.
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"A great film biography about the Charlie Chaplin based off his own autobiography written by himself and David Robinson, who is known for his character The Tramp through many silent films and first sound film The Great Dictator where he stepped out of character during the last five minutes to give a great speech! Worth watching as it shows of his controversies and life."
"Robert Downey Jr is a genius in this part! You actually think you are watching the real Charlie Chaplin!! Fantastic! "
"Robert Downey Jr. puts in some serious work here, in a picture that will hold your attention even if you don't like Charlie Chaplin films. The story covers a lot of ground and tries to objectively relate facts about the man without hammering on moirés of the time or current judgements. "
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