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Two Gentlemen on the Beach (2014)

by Michael Köhlmeier

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On the face of it, Winston Churchill and Charlie Chaplin - two icons of the twentieth century - couldn't be more different. One the statesman whose resolve led a nation in the struggle against Nazi Germany, the other the world-famous comedian behind The Great Dictator. But they are bound by a dark secret: both suffered from depression. When a chance encounter reveals what they share, an unusual and unlikely friendship ensues. A series of therapeutic meetings across the world, in Germany, England and America, sees each become the other's confidant as they talk of their 'black dog days'.… (more)

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