A Busy Day


A Busy Day

A Busy Day

A Busy Day o The Militant Suffragette
Título Charlot sufragista
A Busy Day.jpg
Ficha técnica
Dirección Charles Chaplin
Producción Mack Sennett
Guión Charles Chaplin
Montaje Frank D. Williams
Reparto Charles Chaplin
Datos y cifras
País(es) Estados Unidos
Año 1914
Género Comedia Cortometraje
Duración 6 minutos (incluyendo 1 minuto de un noticiero los diarios de la mañana)
Compañías
Productora Mutual Film Corporation
Distribución Keystone Studios
Ficha en IMDb

A Busy Day Charlot sufragista es una película de cine estadounidense estrenada el 7 de mayo de 1914 con la dirección y actuación de Charles Chaplin.

Contenido

Reparto

Sinopsis

Chaplin representa el personaje de una mujer de carácter fuerte que encuentra a su marido cortejando una mujer. En su furia la mujer irrumpe en un set de filmación derribando al director de la película, encarnado por Mack Sennett y a un policía representado por Billy Gilbert hasta que finalmente el esposo empuja a su mujer de un muelle haciéndola caer al agua. .

Crítica

Se filmó en apenas dos horas y Chaplin tomó prestado un vestido de Alice Davenport para travestirse. Contiene las bufonadas de costumbre: mujer le pega a hombre, hombre le pega a mujer, mujer patea al hombre en el trasero, etc. Uno de los títulos alternativos de la película The Militant Suffragette indica que quizás estaba satirizando las mujeres que en ese momento querían tener derechos civiles.

Referencias

Leprohon, Pierre (1957). Charles Chaplin. París: Nouvelles Éditions Debresse.

G. Pérez Sevilla (director general) (1994). Historia del Cine. Euroliber S.A.. ISBN (Tomo 5) 84-7905-261-9 ISBN (Obra completa) 84-7905-262-7

(1982) Historia Universal del Cine. Madrid: F. Planeta S.A.. ISBN (Tomo 5) 84-7551-095-7 ISBN (Obra completa) 84-85753-82-8

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