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Il Cinema Ritrovato, Day Two: Chaplin's 'One A.M.,'

  13.07.03 10:16am

"en route to the Russian film I'd run into the irrepressible Serge Bromberg, impresario of Lobster Films, who told me to see the restored "One A.M." by Charlie Chaplin, a balletic drunk act improvised by him when Edna Purviance couldn't work on another project.  Not only is it pure genius, but it's the most beautiful crisp restoration I've ever seen"

 

full story here: http://blogs.indiewire.com/thompsononhollywood/il-cinema-ritrovato-day-two-chaplins-one-am-ophuls-sans-lendemain-and-more