What can we learn from the tragedy behind Charlie Chaplin?

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People always thought, Charlie Chaplin was very funny. But, if you listen to his private talks and things like that, there was a deep sense of agony in him. He was especially sensitive to the agonies of ...

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What can we learn from the tragedy behind Charlie Chaplin?

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People always thought, Charlie Chaplin was very funny. But, if you listen to his private talks and things like that, there was a deep sense of agony in him. He was especially sensitive to the agonies of life. Yes. What an artist. But, when you see him on the screen, he just made it just so ridiculously funny. Hilarious all the time. Everything, every step, every act, not just some act, just every step and every act is hilarious. If you sit watching a Charlie Chaplin movie, you don’t laugh at a particular thing, you just laugh at everything. So because there was such a deep agony, he decided, instead of sharing this agony with people, he decided at least he’ll make them laugh. Because somewhere he understands this agony could exist in a whole lot of people, in different measure, of course.

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