Discussion in 'The CookingBites Cafe' started by flyinglentris, Mar 4, 2018.
Silent film in b/w. From 1927, Fritz Lang's Metropolis.
Being a movie fan, it could be a long list, but I will try to stop at the essentials that have had some impact for me.
Jules & Jim - F.Truffaut
Night effect - F. Truffaut
A man, a woman - C. Lelouch
Last tango in Paris - B.Bertolucci
Novecento - B.Bertolucci
Medea - Pier Paolo Pasolini
It's a wonderful life - F. Capra
Pocketful of Miracles - F. Capra
Frankenstein Junior - Mel Brooks
Spies like us - J.Landis
Jackie Brown - Quentin Tarantino
Pulp Fiction - Q. Tarantino
Smoke - W. Wang
Blue in the face - W. Wang
The Commitments - Alan Parker
Trainspotting - D. Boyle
The lives of others - german director, I don't remember the name
Paris, Texas - W.Wenders
Wings of Desire - W. Wenders
Some movies I enjoy watching over and over again, or just make me smile. Love the old b/w films.
Some like it hot
The postman always rings twice
Witness for the
So many great movies. Sure I'll remember more.
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