The Circus (1928) is Chaplin’s most poetic and least ebulliently humorous film – and yet he manages once again to string together his comic pearls.
It was his last silent movie, with all the usual ingredients: the little tramp with a heart of gold who always ends up, willy-nilly, at the wrong place at the wrong time… but in the end goes off with both the lead actress and happiness by his side!
The Circus (1928)
Music by Charles Chaplin 1967/1968 - released in 1970
Score restored for live orchestral screenings by Timothy Brock in 2003
ℹ️ CONCERT WITHOUT INTERMISSION (70')
19:30 - Film journalist and cinephile Robin Broos (The Original Soundtrack) dives into the world of Chaplin together with conductor Dirk Brossé.Robin & The Original Soundtrack
Get in the Chaplin mood with the trailer of The Circus.watch the trailer
A fascinating look behind the scenes in a documentary with Emir Kusturica.watch the documentary
the making of
Divorce, theft, fire... discover the turbulent history of the creation of The Circus.read more