The Best Geraldine Chaplin Movies

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List of the best Geraldine Chaplin movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Geraldine Chaplin's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Geraldine Chaplin movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Geraldine Chaplin movies will be at the top of the list. Geraldine Chaplin has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Geraldine Chaplin movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Geraldine Chaplin films to end the squabble once and for all.

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List features films like Ana and the Wolves, A Wedding and more!

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Geraldine Chaplin has worked with many famous directors, including big names like Uwe Boll and Charlie Chaplin.

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  • Doctor Zhivago
    Omar Sharif, Julie Christie, Geraldine Chaplin
    14 votes
    • Released: 1965
    • Directed by: David Lean
    Set against the backdrop of Russia's tumultuous political landscape, Doctor Zhivago is a sweeping epic that tells the tale of Yuri Zhivago (Omar Sharif), a physician and poet. Balancing his love for two women, Tonya (Geraldine Chaplin) and Lara (Julie Christie), amidst the chaos of World War I and the Russian Revolution, Zhivago grapples with his torn affections. Directed by David Lean, this film won five Academy Awards. It stands as a monument in cinema history for its grandeur and portrayal of human resilience during times of upheaval.
  • Les Uns et les Autres
    Sharon Stone, James Caan, Geraldine Chaplin
    8 votes
    • Released: 1981
    • Directed by: Claude Lelouch
    Les Uns et les Autres is a 1981 French film by Claude Lelouch. The film is a musical epic and it is widely considered as the director's best work with Un Homme et une Femme. It won the Technical Grand Prize at the 1981 Cannes Film Festival. In the United States, it was distributed under the name Boléro in reference to Maurice Ravel's orchestral piece, used in the film. The film was very successful in France with 3,234,549 admissions and was the 6th highest grossing film of the year.
  • Ana and the Wolves
    Geraldine Chaplin, Fernando Fernan Gomez, Rafaela Aparicio
    7 votes
    • Released: 1973
    • Directed by: Carlos Saura
    Ana and the Wolves is a 1973 Spanish drama film directed by Carlos Saura. Starring Geraldine Chaplin as a foreign governess who comes to an isolated house to take care of the children of a convoluted family. The film is encoded with political symbolism of Francisco Francos’ regime. Saura’s 1979 Mamá cumple cien años was a sequel of sorts. It was entered into the 1973 Cannes Film Festival.
  • The Hawaiians
    Charlton Heston, Geraldine Chaplin, John Phillip Law
    7 votes
    • Released: 1970
    • Directed by: Tom Gries
    When Whip Hoxworth, a seafarer, returns to the island he loves, bringing a cargo of Chinese slaves, he learns that his grandfather's fortune has been left to his cousin. Determined to make his own money, he sets up a rival plantation - and begins a bitter family feud.

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  • Talk to Her
    Paz Vega, Geraldine Chaplin, Elena Anaya
    7 votes
    • Released: 2002
    • Directed by: Pedro Almodóvar
    Talk to Her is a 2002 Spanish drama written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar, and starring Javier Cámara, Darío Grandinetti, Leonor Watling, Geraldine Chaplin, and Rosario Flores. The film won the 2002 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and the 2003 Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign-Language Film. The film's themes include the difficulty of communication, loneliness and intimacy, and the persistence of love beyond loss. In 2005, Time magazine film critics Richard Corliss and Richard Schickel included Talk to Her in their list of the All-TIME 100 Greatest Movies.
  • Cria Cuervos
    Geraldine Chaplin, Héctor Alterio, Ana Torrent
    6 votes
    • Released: 1976
    • Directed by: Carlos Saura
    Cría Cuervos is a 1976 Spanish drama film directed by Carlos Saura. The film is an allegorical drama about an eight-year-old girl dealing with loss. Highly acclaimed, it received the Special Jury Prize Award at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival.