I have to agree with Ashley on this one, when I first encountered this site I was very pleased to find a community who shared my love for international cinema, however upon surveying the top 100 list I also felt that certain films should not have been included in the discussion. Yes this site exists to celebrate great films, but there are a great films which for the purpose of limiting the scope of this site must be discluded. British films, in my opinion are as such, as are any films in which the main language spoken is English. Yes Strangelove and 2001 are excellent films, but they shouldn't be included on this site. If you are going to include foreign directors then that opens the door to a great many films which are in no way foreign; The Sixth Sense (directed by indian-born M. Night Shyamalan) or The Cell (also by indian-born tarsem singh) are just two recent examples. Roman Polanksi is a wonderful director but along with making great foreign films he also dabbles in American cinema, while Knife in the Water and Repulsion should be included, Chinatown, Rosemary's Baby, and The Ninth Gate are hardly foreign, in fact they deal with very Amercian views and are filmed in American locations. I don't know, perhaps we are being too @#$! about all this, but there has to be some sort of line drawn somewhere, if you can include films like Chinatown and Dr. Strangelove, then why not consider some films by Alfred Hitchcock, or better yet take it even further and include America's greatest treasure Casablanca, afterall it was directed by Hungarian-born Michael Curtiz.