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  • Aparajito
  • Life, and Nothing More...
  • Dreams
  • Shoplifters

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  • Blind Chance

    ★★★★½

  • Umberto D.

    ★★★★

  • Holy Motors

    ★★★★½

  • Heathers

    ★★★½

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  • Blind Chance

    Blind Chance

    ★★★★½

    The title says it all about the film that even 1000 words couldn't express the film as delicately as the title. Blind Chance is in a way captures its protagonist's life and the world around him poigantly. It evokes the feelings exactly what the director intented the viewer to experience. Only few films have even tried doing it and only a countable number of films have been mostly successful in that. Blind Chance is one of those gems.

    Blind Chance: 9/10

  • Holy Motors

    Holy Motors

    ★★★★½

    This film is everything. It's funny, surreal and humane at times. One of the best innovative films. It never settles in s particular tone. It shifts its genre till the end and that's what amazing about this. Levant must have picked up myriads of awards for this film. If he hadn't, I would accept that we do live in a society.

    Holy Motors: 9/10

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  • To Be or Not to Be

    To Be or Not to Be

    ★★★★½

    This is absolutely amazing. To be or Not to Be is one of the best satires I have ever seen. It's a great comedy which revolves around nazis and a bunch of theater actors who plots to kill Hitler (Sounds familiar eh?). Felix Bressart is so brilliant in here and delivers another great performance just like in The Shop Around The Corner. If you're ready to spare 90 minutes, this film will definitely amuse you with its great one-liners and charming characters.

    To Be or Not to Be: 9.6/10

  • The Man Who Wasn't There

    The Man Who Wasn't There

    ★★★★★

    I am so glad that a film like The Man Who Wasn't There exists. It's got such a revolutionary script which i have only seen in Russian novels. Coen brothers have a great talent to write wonderful characters and then they make them even more interesting by putting them in riveting situations.

    The Man Who Wasn't There has a lot of side characters like their other films and we can see ourselves in every one of them. This is why…