Woman Of Paris, A (1923) - Where Fortune Is Fickle

Writer, producer and director Charles Chaplin leaps forward a year, his heroine (Edna Purviance as "Marie") having left her French country town believing she had been forsaken, now in the company of playboy Revel (Adolphe Menjou), having some fun with the food, in what Chaplin offered as his first dramatic film, A Woman Of Paris, 1923.