Abbas Kiarostami on Like Someone in Love
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The Essential Jacques Demy Packaging
Those are our three reasons. What are yours?
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“Although Fanny and Alexander is a contender, I think Wild Strawberries is definitely Bergman's warmest, most moving film. ”
Vince C. on Three Reasons: Wild Strawberries, about 1 hour ago.
“Very informative and educational...thanks Criterion for keeping us informed about restoration techniques!!!!”
Winnie on Restoring The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, about 5 hours ago.
“Nah, "Apocolypse Now," is the only masterpiece of the 1979 nominees for Best Picture. Of course the other masterpiece from that year wasn't even nominated (Manhattan).”
Patrick on Criterion’s Best Picture Oscar Nominees, about 11 hours ago.
“This was a great evening. I'm so glad to finally see highlights from the Q&A here.”
Craig J. Clark on Abbas Kiarostami on Like Someone in Love, about 15 hours ago.
“Very sad seeing what's left of 'The Big W'.....
Still the greatest movie ever made!”
Karl Turner on Mad World Locations, Then and Now, about 19 hours ago.
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