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Sidney: “One of the finest trilogies in film history. It showcases Linklater's gift of depicting love in the most naturalistic and realistic way possible. ”
Sidney: “Almodovar's masterpiece! His genius truly shined here with its sensual mix of black comedy, feminism and colorful characters. ”
Sidney: “Cllassic depiction of women's melodrama disguised as hard-boiled film noir with Crawford at her all-time best, and Blyth in top villainess form. ”
Sidney: “This will be my brilliant introduction to Ousmane Sembene. The running time maybe short but the story speaks volumes.”
Sidney: “A really unique and intense study of pain and emotional anxiety that remains a very relevant film of humanity gone awry. ”
Sidney: “It's always great to have more Fassbinder in the collection! This is one of his most depressing but provocative masterworks. ”
Sidney: “One of the smartest and wittiest mixture about news politics and battle of the sexes comedy off all-time. A true film classic!”
Sidney: “One of John Huston's finest masterpieces with sharp dialogue and pitch-perfect performances. An indelible classic that drips with authenticity! ”
The tender and provocative Heart of a Dog continues Laurie Anderson’s five-decade career of imbuing the everyday with a sense of dreamlike wonder.
A group of high-society friends are invited to a mansion for dinner and find themselves inexplicably unable to leave, in Luis Buñuel’s daring masterpiece.