From the moment of cinematography's foundation, movies have been playing a significant role in the life of different nations. With the lapse of time, cinematography along with entertaining function also obtained educational influence that lately managed to widen its development and popularization in modern society. Hence, a bright example of a movie with deep purport and encouragement for further reflections can be suggested a work called Modern Times by Charlie Chaplin. At the first sight, this motion picture can be perceived as an ordinary light comedy where the main hero easily makes audience burst out laughing at ridiculous situations, which he faces all the time. But with a more critical view, it can be concluded that the mentioned work of great comedian is a powerful education tool that has managed to cover urgent socio-economic topics. This movie is a perfect combination of humour and moral. Modern Times simultaneously depicts several important problems of society such as economic recession in the country, mass reduction of workers, low level of salaries, unemployment, poverty, hunger and, as a consequence, increase of crime rate. The main hero works in the steel company where a greedy director takes advantage of a shortage of working places in the country and strives for permanent steady raising of the rate of production. The entrepreneur orders to increase the speed of conveyer belt while the working conditions for employees are left unchangeably inadequate. Having a nervous breakdown
because of work, the main hero gets to the hospital and loses his job.