Oops, almost forgot -
Requiem for a Dream was a stunning movie with a great performance by Jared Leto, and his mother was brilliant (I forget her name).
It was a very realistic and thus disturbing movie. I did enjoy it, but not really my type. The effects were great!
My other fave film (besides "Pred Dozdot") is the 1996 released "BASQUIAT". I did a recent audio/visual bio on him (Jean-Michel Basquiat - most famous Black American painter worldwide in 80's), and researched him quite a bit. That film is just amazing. It is the most moving and inspiring film based on a real-life character, a real work of art. Has anyone seen it?
The soundtrack is as equally great; Tom Waits, Joy Division, Pogues, THEM feat. Van Morrison .......
The cast includes: David Bowie, Denis Hopper, Gary Oldman, Micheal Wilcott, Benicio Del Toro, Clare Forlani, and Jeffrey Wright plays an amazing Basquiat.