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    Charles Chaplin.

    When I saw his eyes at the end of The Great Dictator, and I knew that it was him rather than him playing a part, I fell in love with him.

    Limelight review:
    The depiction of the temporal nature of Chaplin's preferred medium and life. His inability to competently stretch out to other mediums whilst being this self-referential is his paradox; it reinforces his Holism and the sad loss of the silent-era. We are left with a broken shell, and the film reflects this, but the subtext remains profound. The film's vast, superficial imperfection makes it greater than itself; it is a sacrifice, as was his life. This significance will resonate with me eternally.
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    -How beautiful, this pale Endymion hour.
    -What are you talking about?
    -Endymion, my dear. A beautiful youth possessed by the moon.
    -Well, forget about him and get to bed.
    -Yes, my dear.

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    I agree with Chaplin, the end of The Great Dictator is great, but I prefer City Lights.

    There are many people I love and admire, so I will start with just two.

    1 - Bill Hicks

    YouTube - Bill Hicks: What is the point to Life

    How I wish he was around today. I give props to anybody who speaks their mind, and Bill did just that whilst saying so much I agreed with, and making me laugh me ass off at the same time. I love pure and peaceful people, and while Bill might have appeared angry at times, it was only in the sense that the world was/is such a fucked up place.

    2 - David Lynch

    YouTube - David Lynch - Meditation

    I love his films. But aside from Lynch's work, he just appears to be a very peaceful, pure and interesting individual; attributes I value very highly.
    It's just a ride

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    Modern Times is the best Chaplin I've seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    INFPs.

    They're nicknamed Healers for a reason.
    Hey, right back at ya! I love and admiter INFJs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Hey, right back at ya! I love and admiter INFJs!
    Admiter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Modern Times is the best Chaplin I've seen.
    It's on my 'list of films I must watch'. Soon... soon.
    It's just a ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Admiter?
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    Okay, Mr. J, I made a typo.

    I'll give you my husband's email and you two can crow about all my typos and such.

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    Typo, or Freudian slip? I could hardly blame you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Typo, or Freudian slip? I could hardly blame you.
    Yeah, maybe but could be just being on a laptop when I am used to a normal sized keyboard. Who can say?

    I love and admire INFJ too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Modern Times is the best Chaplin I've seen.
    "The Circus" is hilarious. The little fuzzy monkeys attacking him on the high wire.... Ah me...


    I have never recovered from Joe Strummer's death. I wanted to be like him. He was fierce, kind, brave, concerned and generous. He's the INFJ hero in my heart, and he made me brave when I was overpowered by darkness.

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