Pathos in the film "City Lights"
Charlie Chaplin's City Lights, subtitled "A Comedy Romance in Pantomime," was released in 1931. Chaplin was responsible for the film's production, direction, editing, music, and screenplay. City Lights is a combination of pathos (an emotion of sympathetic pity), slapstick and comedy. In the film City Lights Chaplin uses pathos in the scenes "Flower Girl", "This Time Stay Out" and "Still Hoping".
The first example of pathos in City Lights is in the scene "the Flower Girl." In this scene he enters and exits a parked limousine in a traffic jam to avoid a motorcycle policeman where he then c…
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