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These are films I probably never would have seen if not for the Criterion Collection... True Discoveries.
A real beautiful love story.
You can read what I wrote about this in my Top 10 Criterion Films list.
tI didn't expect it going in but I became extremely engaged in this films plot by the end. This is a really important film to see because it was a major inspiration for Bergman.
Not for everyone but it can be really rewarding if you give it a chance.
A crazy, crazy, crazy movie that I want to show at parties to see how people react to it.
Another totally wacky, cartoonish film from one of my favorite french directors, Louis Malle. Malle is a pretty well known director but this is one of his least known films.
One of the most intense, thrilling films in the collection. A great, historical story that more people should be aware of.
I probably would not have ventured to see another Titanic film besides the 1997 James Cameron spectacle. In many ways if one is looking for a film about what actually happened on Titanic, this one would probably be a better choice. The iceberg hits about 20 minutes into the film and the director focuses a lot on the facts of what actually happened that night, a great watch.
This is a film I'd recommend to anyone who wants to direct films. It talks a lot about what a director's role in a film is. It's also very difficult to explain. You just have to see it!
A really depressing, dark film about a different perspective of WWII. More under seen than he other 2 films in Rossellini's war trilogy.