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Modern Times

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MODERN TIMES

Firstly, i would like to say that Modern Times, which is romantic comedy film in 1936 by USA, is one of the best film i ve ever seen.The film’s leading players are Charlie Chaplin and Paulette Goddrad. The movie stated in a factory. In this factory, I see the type of manufacturing process is repetetive because of i ve seen the assembly line in the film.The factory maybe produces car or some kinds of machines because i saw Charlie Chaplin screws nuts onto pieces of machinery in the film. I think the products that are produced in the factory is maden by steel or iron. The factory manager tries to increase productivity by increasing the speed of assembly line so much and he also doesnt want to lose time while the workers are eating meal. Because of this, an engineer discovered an machine. Thanks to this machine, they think that employees can also work while they are at lunch. The factory manager never wants to lose time in assembly line. In this way, he thinks that he can increase productivity by increasing the speed of assembly line and no break time. In the factory, they have got a production monitoring system. The manager of factory can see all the production of factory in his room. He also manages everythings in his room. For instance; he says to employee increase the speed of assembly line. He also can see when an employee doesnt work. For example; when Charlie Chaplin went to toilet for smoking, the factory manager saw him and warned him for returning to his job. The manager says on monitoring system “ Hey, quit stalling. Get back to work. Go on” I think it is really modern considering the date of the movie. Because the movie was maden in 1936. This technology was really good in 75 years before. The movie takes place in 1936 in USA. In those days, there was the Great Depression. The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression in the decade preceding World War II. The Great Depression started in 1930. It...