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Great Films

Great Films aren’t just good cinematic experience, it’s life wrapped in moving images making us change the way we look at something. If it’s not a life altering experience, it’s not a great film.

GAC_Last Year at Marienbad

Pygmalion and Galatea at Marienbad. Meaning of art in Alain Resnais’s “Last year at Marienbad” The 1960s were a very special time in the history of cinema. During this decade, especially in France, …

“The Thin Blue Line was one of Errol Morris’ widely seen documentaries and also a commercial success.” Errol Morris is one of the renowned documentarians credited for introducing certain groundbreaking stylistic innovations into …
Eternal Breasts

In September 1951, Akira Kurosawa’s Rashomon won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival which subsequently put Japanese cinema on the world stage, signaling the arrival of a decade that would later …
Muddy River

Kohei Oguri’s Muddy River (Doro no kawa, 1981) is a wonderfully evocative portrait of childhood which in parts reminded me of Victor Erice’s The Spirit of Beehive (1973) and Rene Clement’s Forbidden Games …

For a Few Dollars More Review: Since his last showdown in the town of San Miguel, Man with No Name is continuing his adventures by being a bounty hunter, the man many call …

“If you ever feel like crying, come to my house. We’ll have a good cry together”, says the perseverant teacher, played by the beautiful and strong-willed Hideko Takamine in Keisuke Kinoshita’s pacifist post-war …