“The Great Dictator” is a satirical film that reflects on humankind and war in Europe in the twentieth century. The leading actor and director, Charlie Chaplin, plays two confrontational roles: the Jewish barber and the dictator. In this project, relationships between visual and textual information are used to produce a movie poster for the film. After World War II, Mickey Mouse was used in many political events such as protest votes, anti-Americans, or for candidates who were not taken seriously. In the film, Chaplin makes fun of, likewise, Mickey Mouse is illustrated as a mockery to the dictator while he gives his brutal speech.
The Great Dictator