"It's Charlie Chaplin's birthday party in Adipur, India"01 May 200874 mins
Charlie Chaplin is a saint to earthquake survivors in a small desert town in India and they are throwing him a birthday party. Australian filmmaker Kathryn Millard is taking the cake - a chocolate truffle sponge shaped like the Tramp's boot.
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