Masterpiece that was Chaplin's last silent film. The "Little Tramp" falls in love with a blind flower seller. A series of lucky accidents permits him to get the money she needs for a sight-restoring surgery. One of the most eloquent movies ever filmed, due to Chaplin's keen balance between comedy and tragedy.
'The Tramp' falls madly in love with a blind flower-girl (Cherrill) and determined to help her at any coast, risks life and limb in a series of hilarious misadventures to pay for her eye-surgery. This film blends comedy and poignancy to perfection and is often considered Chaplin's masterpiece. This is also considered his last "silent" film; there is no spoken dialogue, but sound effects are used for comedic effect.