You are amazing for recommending this to me in your weekly email. I came across this video while stalking the INFP board on Personality Cafe and I thought to meself: "This is very INFP." I love the powerful imagery added by the supplemental footage and the irony of Charlie Chaplin speaking as a dictator.
While the sentiments expressed in this speech are profound and universal, and while Chaplin took an inordinately high personal and professional risk to make this film as he did and when he did, contextually this speech ruins what might have been an even stronger film...or as Roger Ebert put it, "What he says is true enough, but it deflates the comedy and ends the picture as a lecture."
This an incredible and timeless speech. He has such an incredible voice as well that the speech gave me chills. He wisely take Hitler's style of oration and turns it to empower all of humanity to conquer the challenges, hate and divisions of our modern world. Deep stuff.