17 comments

  • By Esteban O.
    January 31, 2012
    01:31 PM

    Let's not forget "Vivre sa vie", mon amie.
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    • By Jimmy Melnarik
      January 31, 2012
      03:14 PM

      I was thinking that same thing!!
  • By PT
    January 31, 2012
    03:01 PM

    Loved 'Revanche', really good film....
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  • By Chris H.
    January 31, 2012
    03:12 PM

    Nights of Cabiria!
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    • By BlakeEvans
      August 31, 2012
      02:14 AM

      It would be great if Criterion upgraded that to Blu-ray and added "La Dolce Vita" to the collection as well. Throw in Bergman's "Persona" and Refn's "Drive" and I'm a happy man.
    • By Patrick
      August 31, 2012
      07:42 AM

      Sounds good to me.
  • By Zach
    January 31, 2012
    04:52 PM

    How can you forget Sade! ? The most erotic of them all! In the Realm of the Senses please.
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  • By Sidney
    January 31, 2012
    05:52 PM

    I just received "Belle De Jour" yesterday in that mail!
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  • By Charles
    January 31, 2012
    06:13 PM

    How can you forget about Mary Magdalene, from your very own "The Last Temptation Of Christ", heading to Blu-Ray!
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    • By Patrick
      August 31, 2012
      07:48 AM

      Maybe because many people don't believe Mary Magdalene was a prostitute.
  • By Alex J.
    January 31, 2012
    11:58 PM

    Where's "Vivre sa Vie?"
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  • By Billy
    February 01, 2012
    06:09 AM

    No Vivre Sa Vie. Epic fail!
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  • By MA
    February 01, 2012
    07:48 PM

    This is clearly just a selection, they didn't "forget" anything. To include "2 or 3 things" and leave out Vivre Sa Vie is a good call, an elegant way to avoid the obvious.
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  • By jay gilliam
    February 04, 2012
    10:30 AM

    King of hearts? What a brothel!
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  • By Al
    February 05, 2012
    10:33 PM

    Where's Cabiria?!
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  • By Milo_Mindbender
    February 06, 2012
    08:22 PM

    Vivre Sa Vie, Nights Of Cabiria, The Naked Kiss, Double Suicide, Mona Lisa, Lola, Lola Montes, Maitresse, Pigs & Battleships, and Paris, Texas
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  • By Bob Taylor
    March 27, 2012
    10:15 AM

    Working Girls is my all-time favorite film on prostitution. Let's have it please.
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