Charlie Chaplin's third film in his First National contract is a simple story of country life, an idyll, which contains two separate dream sequences. Charlie is a farm hand and general factotum at a combination farm, general store, and hotel. When Charlie falls into a stream, the dream sequences begin.
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Critic Reviews for Sunnyside
Audience Reviews for Sunnyside
"Sunnyside" has more heart than some other Chaplin shorts, plus a wonderful sequence where a knocked-out Charlie hallucinates a meadow frolic with four comely nymphs. Plenty of good animal jokes, too.More
I first watched this short with my three cousins-in-law; Charley, Max and Skylar and it literally stopped them in the middle of a game of Gogos and captivated them the entire 29 minutes! They were literally laughing and thoroughly intrigued by the simple yet engrossing story and the force that was Chaplin! I myself really enjoyed the short too and happy with "Sunnyside" just as much as the kids were. It features two dream sequences that Chaplin frequently used as a creative tool and features a simplistic love story with some heart as well as his humor. Another great Chaplin short that, as experienced first hand by myself, is a fun and entertaining watch for everyone no matter their age!More
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