The language of silence "I had no idea of the character. I began to know him, and by the time I walked on stage he was fully born," writes Charlie Chaplin in his autobiography. Bean's Holiday isn't a bad way to end the summer. When subscribing to a newsletter edition you'll also get early notice on Tyee events, news, promotions, partner messages and special initiatives. And while I've never been a big fan of the character, he does have his moments. The film begins in the constant downpour of an English summer. Since physical comedy doesn't rely on language so much to tell a story, it lives and dies by the ability of the human body and face to convey an entirely unspoken dialect of humiliation, fear, mortal embarrassment, creeping chagrin, and unbridled joy.
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