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  • Rain Man

  • Squid Game

  • Dead Poets Society

  • Walk the Line

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  • Yi Yi

    Yi Yi

    This has been growing on me for the past couple of days and I wasn't sure where it stood but wow, thinking it over more and more, what a sincere and gorgeous film. 'Yi Yi: A One and a Two' is no doubt one of the most heartfelt films I've seen, full stop.

    The so carefully crafted characters all fall into this clouded maze that is their lives, wrestling with and learning from the tall hedges that surround them. With…

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  • In the Mood for Love

    In the Mood for Love

    Smoke rises from the head of a cigarette, so graceful in its gestures it seems to dance. It twirls and twists its way up these unforgiving walls until all of its strength and tension is lost, becoming indistinguishable from its surroundings. Another slight exhale can start that magnificent dance all over again, but like all things, will eventually die out. Leaving nothing more behind than an ember of the past, the heat will dissipate, and this moment will fade.


  • Persona


    This has to be one of the most intense and insane rewatches of a film that I've experienced so far. It's been a few hours since I finished Bergman's 'Persona' for the second time and it's still scratching at the insides of my head, begging at me to be further dissected. But, I have nothing. Every "concept" that I had managed to shakily assemble during this batshit crazy viewing was thrown out the window by the film's conclusion. The rug…

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  • A Day in the Country

    A Day in the Country

    Jean Renoir's 'A Day in the Country' is a perfect example of delicate, yet lively film-making. Singing with delight, every frame just seems to flow as endlessly and easily as the river this family are sat beside. I loved the characters, I adored the scenery, and I just couldn't imagine it being any longer. If I had stuck around with this bunch too long, I'm not sure I'd ever want to leave.

    "In art,
    what is unimportant is inventing the…