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in no particular order.
incredible cinematography and set design, not to mention the morose magical realism of the final act.
fassbinder was a true prodigy.
an incredible extended metaphor for drug use and the creative process that hits very close to home.
one of the first films I saw that made me want to be a filmmaker.
easily my favorite wes anderson film, it never ceases to fill me with nostalgia for a life I never lived.
the use of rear-projection blew my mind when I saw it for the first time and it holds up like few others.
a film composed of (almost) nothing but stills that has more life and movement than anything else out there.
cassavettes' most naturalistic film, you almost feel guilty for taking part in the deterioration.
the most outside-the-box filmmaker in the entire criterion collection. "mothlight" changed my perspective on cinema.
the first bunuel film I ever saw, it's complete disregard for logic and common sense still amazes me and challenges me to this very day.