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A Countess from Hong Kong

Directed by Charlie Chaplin
United Kingdom, United States, 1967
Comedy, Romance


Ogden is a diplomat travelling from Hong Kong to the U.S. to reconcile with his estranged wife Martha. But his room is invaded by Natascha, a Russian countess who fled the revolution and ended up in Hong Kong. As he reluctantly agrees to help her get to the U.S., an unlikely relationship begins.

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A Countess from Hong Kong Directed by Charlie Chaplin
Chaplin turned his last film into a social critique of slapstick, a moral analysis of the roots of comic indignity.
December 18, 2012
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A major part of [Chaplin’s] greatness is still tied to a kind of dialogue he (mainly) had or (less often) attempted to have with his public throughout his career, most of which was tied in one fashion or another to his physical presence and/or his personal autobiography. And the autobiographical resonances of Countess, while certainly present, are emotionally superficial compared with those of his other films.
July 27, 2012
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If you ever liked Chaplin, you will probably like “A Countess from Hong Kong.” It is the quintessence of everything Chaplin has ever felt.
March 30, 1967
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