Into Film Clubs
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Comedy, Drama, War Films
With this classic comedy, director and star Charlie Chaplin created a hilarious tale of mistaken identity and a powerful satire - made at a time when the world was on the brink of chaos after the rise of the Nazis in Germany. It's the last days of World War One and a wounded soldier loses his memory. On his release, the soldier opens a little barber shop and settles into regular life. Through a series of events, he is soon mistaken for the evil dictator who he resembles - and is given a chance to make a speech to the troubled nation that could change the course of history for the better.
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Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for primary titles within the Comedy Genius strand of the Into Film Festival.
Hilarious and accessible Marx Brothers comedy which also works as a political satire. The perfect choice for your club's first black-and-white film.
Set during World War One, this film from legendary director Jean Renoir about three French soldiers in a prison camp portrays war's harsh realities.
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