The Great Dictator - Charles Chaplin




The extremely artistic-political project, to the point that President Roosevelt contacted Chaplin to motivate him for the opposition of the film industry to his proposal.

The film achieves an almost impossible balance: a comical satire of Hitler, as well as a blunt public denunciation of the Holocaust to the Jews, workers' leaders and libertarian people, being erected like the first anti-Nazi feature film of history.

Chaplin, who was the silent film legend, makes one of the most memorable speeches in film history, a humanist manifesto at its best.