Speaking of cinema, before we opened the door to the Pathé theater to see the first talk show, À L’Ouest, Rien De Nouveau, we could only watch silent films at the FAMILY theater on Hang Buom Street. This theater has two classes, the main side has to pay two cents, the reverse side only costs half the money, both classes have no seats, the audience sits on the ground to watch. Compared to the films of today, the black and white films of that time were much more moral. We love watching comedy movies with clown kings like Fatty, Charlot, Max Linder… Clown Charlot has a strong influence in the Vietnamese theater world. If you are a clown in the troupe, you can always add the name Charlot, for example Charlot Mieu.