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Barring any good deals on Amazon or eBay, I'm going to try and purchase all of these (though the bottom few will probably not make the cut) when I'm paid on Wednesday.
I've only seen Hands Over the City by Rosi, but really dug it. Looking forward to his documentary work.
Bergman is my homeboy.
I've never seen a Gosha, and that needs to be remedied. Hopefully this time next year I'll have a Yoshida on this list.
Hollis Frampton is my other homeboy. I hope they release Vol. 2 eventually, with my favorite Frampton, the stunningly beautiful Palindrome.
Because the more Fassbinder that makes it to blu, the better.
Scorsese's best film, I'm really looking forward to the HD transfer.
"Panteej." - James Stewart
I wish CC would release the television cut on blu, but I'll settle for this.
Only heard good things about Desplechin so far from Francophiles. Taking a risk with this one and hoping it pays off.
If you don't love L'Atalante, you don't have a heart.