A Little Sweetness — Charlie Chaplin “Kiss Me”


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I enjoy the old silent films; sometimes more than modern films.  There’s something relaxing in the simplicity, something soothing in lack of dialogue, something more artistic in the blacks, whites and grays.  It’s become a lost art form a midst the spoon-fed splendor of digitally rendered eye-candy and deafening pyrotechnics.  Charlie Chaplin is my heart’s favorite.

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Here’s a little gem I found; an extra cube of sugar in your tea today.  I’m not one for overt romantics, they tend to repulse me.  But the sweetness I found in this video just made me smile.  I hope it brings a little sweetness and smile to you too.

Charlie Chaplin “Kiss Me”

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