A Woman of Paris
A Woman of Paris is a feature-length American silent film that debuted in 1923. The film, an atypical drama film for its creator, was written, directed, produced and later scored by Charlie Chaplin. It is also known as A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate.
Marie St. Clair and her beau, aspiring artist Jean Millet, plan to leave their small French village for Paris, where they will marry. On the night before their scheduled departure, Marie leaves her house for a rendezvous with Jean. Marie's stepfather locks her out of the house, telling her to find shelter elsewhere.
|director||A. Edward Sutherland Charlie Chaplin|
|keywords||aspiring artist build country cottage french countryside latin quarter morning mourn paint rid sharecropper train station|
|productionCompany||Charles Chaplin Productions Regent|
|theme||romantic drama silent|