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Now these are MY personal favorites (not neccessarily other's)

Postby im2good4u33 » Tue Feb 27, 2001 1:44 am

These are my personal favorites: Como Agua Para Chocolate (Mexico), Run Lola Run (Germany), Ponette (France), Europa Europa (France), Ma Vie En Rose (France), and of course, Life Is Beautiful (Italy). Tell me what you think about these.
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Re: Now these are MY personal favorites (not neccessarily other's)

Postby katsuben » Tue Feb 27, 2001 11:08 pm

emotional content above form. viscera above meditative. clarity above interpretative.
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Re: Now these are MY personal favorites (not neccessarily other's)

Postby im2good4u33 » Thu Mar 01, 2001 6:10 am

Say what????????????????? je ne comprendes pas.
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Re: Now these are MY personal favorites (not neccessarily other's)

Postby nana » Fri Mar 02, 2001 5:17 am

you are kidding about the list right? come on...stop fooling around!
film is a serious notion here.
---nana
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Re: Now these are MY personal favorites (not neccessarily other's)

Postby nana » Fri Mar 02, 2001 5:18 am

you are kidding about the list right? come on...stop fooling around!
film is a serious notion here.
---nana
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Re: Now these are MY personal favorites (not neccessarily other's)

Postby nana » Wed Mar 07, 2001 5:09 pm

sorry, i hope you didn't get too offended. uh...just saw edward yang's yi yi...it is sooo good.
dare to say my top ten. anyway...check it out if you haven't.
---nana
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Re: Now these are MY personal favorites (not neccessarily other's)

Postby acquarello » Wed Mar 07, 2001 6:05 pm

FWIW, My Top Film for 2000 was "In the Mood for Love" (Wong). The complete top 10 list is:

1. In the Mood for Love (Wong Kar Wai)
2. Dolce (Alexander Sokurov)
3. Yi Yi (Edward Yang)
4. Beau Travail (Claire Denis)
5. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Ang Lee)
6. Dancer in the Dark (Lars von Trier)
7. High Fidelity (Stephen Frears)
8. Best in Show (Christopher Guest)
9. Gohatto (Nagisa Oshima)
10. The Terrorist (Santosh Sivan)


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Re: Now these are MY personal favorites (not neccessarily other's)

Postby nana » Fri Mar 09, 2001 12:25 am

wow...in the mood for love at #1. still haven't seen it yet...lots of hype though. it's going to be pretty tough to beat yiyi. i personally like the earlier wong kar-wai films even if the art design/cinematography gets better with the later films...there's something i dig in days of being wild that can't be describe in words.
hummmm...did you know henri cartier bresson was jean renoir's assistence for a while. you learn something everyday.
---nana
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Re: Now these are MY personal favorites (not neccessarily other's)

Postby 4seam » Fri Mar 09, 2001 1:13 am

Yes, Cartier-Bresson was. My favorite Jacques Becker and Luchino Visconti also did assistant director works for him. I find odd that Cartier-Bresson never did a DP work though.
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Re: Now these are MY personal favorites (not neccessarily other's)

Postby katsuben » Fri Mar 09, 2001 2:40 am

not really all that odd. we must remember that Henri Cartier-Bresson only took up photography to make instant art. he gave up photography and returned to painting, regardless of how esteemed he is as a photographer, to himself he was and always will be a painter. :)
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