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This Must Be the Place (2011) – Paolo Sorrentino

This Must Be the Place (2011) – Paolo Sorrentino

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Despite sugar visuals and good Penn-manship this film strays all over the place with those unafraid to fly over an ocean of scrambled plots.

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Million Dollar Hotel (2000) – Wim Wenders

Million Dollar Hotel (2000) – Wim Wenders

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A roman candle of crazy characters (most of which are no doubt stolen from nearby realities) in an overwrought romanticised dark comedy by bonehead Bono.

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Rushmore (1998) – Wes Anderson

Rushmore (1998) – Wes Anderson

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Strongly-subtle dark comedy that can for days on end make one consistently laugh out loud at punch-line silences that stitch to the mind.

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Bronson (2008) – Nicolas Winding Refn

Bronson (2008) – Nicolas Winding Refn

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Precious stone of modern independent cinema and character study “par excellence.” Hysterical, ballistic and mordantly fulminant. A truly stimulating example for period-films to come.

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Mid90s (2018) – Jonah Hill

Mid90s (2018) – Jonah Hill

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Profound motion picture of short stature that proves itself large by showing with stunning, sympathetic sharpness how a pre-adolescent masochist jumps into intentional idiocy.

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Dazed and Confused (1993) – Richard Linklater

Dazed and Confused (1993) – Richard Linklater

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Time-honored period-film that simply and independently pulls off a believable vintage-vibe by bringing out big nuances out of very small-town things.

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In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998) – Neutral Milk Hotel

In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998) – Neutral Milk Hotel

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Upbeat melancholy raft-ride that´s full of genuine quirkiness and maritime-saltiness that feels bittersweet and soberly sad. Trumpeting ever so slightly while floating around.

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Memento (2000) – Chris Nolan

Memento (2000) – Chris Nolan

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Circular uphill post-amnesiac ride that prints itself out both in color and black & white while each new layer diagonally help us to remember.

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The Piano (1993) – Jane Campion

The Piano (1993) – Jane Campion

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Kurt Cobain´s last watched film: kiwi period piece that is really about prostitution rather than repressed passions juicing through the colourful cracks of dark colonialism.

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Thursday (1998) – Skip Woods

Thursday (1998) – Skip Woods

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Brightly lit indie truffle full of good dialog with intimately framed characters who are strong in blood and flavor including the most fatal femme fatale.

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Gangster No. 1 (2000) – Paul McGuigan

Gangster No. 1 (2000) – Paul McGuigan

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Get yourself kitted out proper with an invisible rope around your bird´s neck until you´re cuffed. Don’t hate the player but love the bloody game.

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Spun (2002) – Jonas Åkerlund

Spun (2002) – Jonas Åkerlund

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A deliberately over-edited character-carousel colorfully whirling around all kinds of wild trailer-trash debauchery with the ruminating impatience of a coked-up policeman.

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Gia (1998) – Michael Cristofer

Gia (1998) – Michael Cristofer

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Being hot and wanted worked the opposite way inside the self-repelling time bomb that Gia Carangi really was. A flawlessly executed plead for caution.

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To Die For (1995) – Gus Van Sant

To Die For (1995) – Gus Van Sant

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I’d die for her in a heartbeat, wouldn’t anybody? No. Nothing like a motion picture to illustrate the obsessive use of externally abusive internal agendas.

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) – Michel Goudry

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) – Michel Goudry

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Visionäres Liebesdrama welches sich verstärkt durch eigene Erfahrungen subjektiv dramatisiert und zuletzt dein geläutertes Ich fragend in isolierender Kälte zurücklässt; Nochmal zurück oder vergessend weiter?

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It Follows (2014) – David Robert Mitchell

It Follows (2014) – David Robert Mitchell

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A perfectly lighted, both gently scripted and edited Neo-Classical 80´s AIDS epidemic horror-metaphor that takes place in ghostly Detroit made by John Hughes.

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The Cable Guy (1996) – Ben Stiller (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

The Cable Guy (1996) – Ben Stiller (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“A lonely and mentally disturbed cable guy raised on television just wants a new friend, but his target, a designer, rejects him, with bad consequences.”

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The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“Three film students vanish after traveling into a Maryland forest to film a documentary on the local Blair Witch legend, leaving only their footage behind.”

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Dead Man (1995) – Jim Jarmusch

Dead Man (1995) – Jim Jarmusch

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A magic potion picture film that blatantly discriminates color and is heavy and greasy to the touch with high-contrasting characters gunned out of lead.

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Tideland (2005) – Terry Gilliam (Coindidental IMDB 25-WR)

Tideland (2005) – Terry Gilliam (Coindidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“Because of the actions of her irresponsible parents, a young girl is left alone on a decrepit country estate and survives inside her fantastic imagination.”

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Nil by Mouth (1997) – Gary Oldman

Nil by Mouth (1997) – Gary Oldman

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Brutalist approach to visually materializing an agonizing reality based on derision and Death-toned humanity. Never underestimate the darkness within a man behind his camera.

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The War Zone (1999) – Tim Roth

The War Zone (1999) – Tim Roth

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Tremendous downer that is no way shape or form meant to be pleasant—by one of the most charming and universally acclaimed actors out there.

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Love Liza (2002) – Todd Louiso

Love Liza (2002) – Todd Louiso

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Sometimes one needs to destruct the body to save the mind in sweet but most socially unacceptable escapism. The colorful roads away from matte black.

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Shadow of the Vampire (2000) – E. Elias Merhige

Shadow of the Vampire (2000) – E. Elias Merhige

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If William Dafoe needed an acting diploma this should be his master thesis to share with Keaton´s Beetlejuice (1988) and Gibson´s The Singing Detective (2003.)

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Red White & Blue (2010) – Simon Rumley

Red White & Blue (2010) – Simon Rumley

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Did not see any extreme changes of mood or style coming before it turned into full-blown cinematic transgression. Better watched without previous plot knowledge.

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Gummo (1997) – Harmony Korine

Gummo (1997) – Harmony Korine

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Midwestern white trash at its ingrown-peak shown under neutral autopsy lights instead of the usual ridicule a John Waters satire would no doubt use.

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Motorama (1991) – Barry Shils

Motorama (1991) – Barry Shils

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The “Myth of Sisyphus” for the self-made kid stuck in a cartoonish world unsupervised by dim-burnouts soiling the oily ground that spawned them.

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City Kino Wedding – Berlin, Germany

City Kino Wedding – Berlin, Germany

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An emerald hiding in the bushes around Berlin’s Eiffel Tower that could only be better if popcorn was sold and the projection rooms were darker.

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The Saddest Music in the World (2003) – Guy Maddin

The Saddest Music in the World (2003) – Guy Maddin

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…in the happiest German-expressionistic “talkie” that comes to mind. A dream-hybrid between narrating silent-era camera moves and gold-digging song and dance.

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Female Perversions (1996) – Susan Streitfeld

Female Perversions (1996) – Susan Streitfeld

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The ticking time-bomb that appearances really are and the pale, psychotic knuckles betraying the grabbing on to it. Tilda swings herself away in submersion.

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Sexy Beast (2000) – Jonathan Glazer

Sexy Beast (2000) – Jonathan Glazer

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Happiness is skin-drying under the molting Milky Way of Spain in a fortress carved out of distress. Unhappiness is having Mahatma Gandhi come visit.

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Frank (2014) – Lenny Abrahamsom

Frank (2014) – Lenny Abrahamsom

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He‘s the amalgamation between Syd Barret and the most bizarre talk show host imaginable. The brightest side of mental illness shines through this crazy diamond.

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Creep (2014) – Patrick Brice

Creep (2014) – Patrick Brice

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Blairwitchesque Found-Footage-Film beginnend um eine fragwürdige Person.
(Gute) Jumpscares, makaberer Humor sowie schizophrene Ansicht, -Stimmungswechsel zwischen Psychostalking und Mordgedanken erzeugen konstante Nichtblinzel-Atmosphäre.

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I Shot Andy Warhol (1996) – Mary Harron

I Shot Andy Warhol (1996) – Mary Harron

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People go after their fifteen minutes of fame the way a moth goes to a flame. Symptoms of burning can only manifest in negative ways.

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Nobody’s Baby (2001) – David Seltzer

Nobody’s Baby (2001) – David Seltzer

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An almost invisible Gary Oldman is betrayed only by his exuding greatness while saving a motion picture that will chapstick you in many uncomfortable places.

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The Place Beyond The Pines (2012) – Derek Cianfrance

The Place Beyond The Pines (2012) – Derek Cianfrance

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„Durch die Bank“ düstere Geschichte welche die Abgründe menschlicher Macht- und Gesellschaftsdramen aufreißt.
In drei Akten holen die jeweiligen Protagonisten das Maximum ihrer Rollen raus.

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Broken Flowers (2005) – Jim Jarmusch

Broken Flowers (2005) – Jim Jarmusch

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We´re only as good as people´s memory of us. What do you give to the man who has everything and still seems sad? A ride!

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The Wraith (1986) – Mike Marvin

The Wraith (1986) – Mike Marvin

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The darkest shade of Sheen at the peak of his fountain-of-youth fame before infamy made up most of his name despite respectable nepotism.

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Permanent Midnight (1998) – David Veloz

Permanent Midnight (1998) – David Veloz

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A passionate and out-of-character character for Stiller, that he brings out convincingly in an extreme case of adrenaline addiction under strict hyper-functionality.

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Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise (2001) – Danny Boyle

Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise (2001) – Danny Boyle

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Flair and flavor remain strong in a brave new decade, only this one feels like an aggressive early-two-thousands stream-of-consciousness psilocybin trip.

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Dazed and Confused (1993) Richard Linklater

Dazed and Confused (1993) Richard Linklater

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Inbegriff eines High School-Sommerferienbeginn-Gefühls. Ein gigantisches Musikvideo mit sanfter Nostalgie und familiärem Vibe durch viele heutzutage bekannte Schauspieler vor der Blüte ihrer Zeit.

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Gambling, Gods and LSD (2002) – Peter Mettler

Gambling, Gods and LSD (2002) – Peter Mettler

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A traveling documentary that trips itself into worlds of abrasive escapism, social warp and the terrified hope that sense can be made out of life.

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Lost in Translation (2003) – Sofia Coppola

Lost in Translation (2003) – Sofia Coppola

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Das Gefühl des Fremden in einem fremden Land und die Sehnsucht nach Vertrautheit/ Verbundenheit in Bild und Ton.
Filmmagie durch die Frage „Was könnte sein…?“

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Colour Me Kubrick: A True…ish Story (2005) – Brian W. Cook

Colour Me Kubrick: A True…ish Story (2005) – Brian W. Cook

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A bizarre true-story satellite parasitically surrounding the final years of reclusive director Stanley Kubrick who would no doubt get a kick out of this.

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) – Michel Gondry

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) – Michel Gondry

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A visually strong, practically effective piece of subjective cinema by tenderly perpetrating a set of talented men and women asking themselves what happened and why.

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The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez

The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez

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Harrowing sylvian Ouija-boarding of the mind that genuinely wounded mass audiences everywhere. Less is more when it comes to found footage, though. Avoid sequels.

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Adaptation (2002) – Spike Jonze

Adaptation (2002) – Spike Jonze

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The identical twin gimmick works only when there’s excellence en-caged in an actor. Nicolas shines here exemplary carrying and saving an otherwise pretentious film.

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The Last Detail (1973) – Hal Ashby

The Last Detail (1973) – Hal Ashby

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The prospect of prison in the life of an unexperienced young man tends to accelerate the rituals of passage any free person should go through.

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Mallrats (1995) – Kevin Smith

Mallrats (1995) – Kevin Smith

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Nerdy humorvolles Low-Budget-Break-Up-Drama mit jugendlichem Charme im Einkaufszentrum.
Jay und Silent Bob und Stan Lee‘s bester Cameo.

Ein Film für mich.

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Dogville (2004) – Lars von Trier

Dogville (2004) – Lars von Trier

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An original motion picture with an irresistible trailer and a surefire cast. A great take on our basic humanity and treatment of one another. Outstanding.

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Pulp Fiction (1994) – Quentin Tarantino

Pulp Fiction (1994) – Quentin Tarantino

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(Tarantino-)Streifen mit den populärsten Szenen und bekanntesten Zitaten. Die alternative Form der Filmerzählung gespickt mit fetischisierenden Dialogfeuerwerken machen diesen Film zum Meisterwerk der Popkultur.

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Lola Rennt/Run Lola, Run (1998) – Tom Tykwer

Lola Rennt/Run Lola, Run (1998) – Tom Tykwer

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In-motional motion picture with a fluent techno-rhythm and welcomed gimmicks that keep our eyes lubricated, tuned and toned throughout an intense perception-workout.

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Salvation Boulevard (2011) – George Ratliff

Salvation Boulevard (2011) – George Ratliff

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Very serious comical take on a single star system in the disbelief-suspended galaxy of organized religion and their Bonde-esque villains coloring it all.

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Love and Mercy (2014) – Bill Pohlad

Love and Mercy (2014) – Bill Pohlad

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Cusack hasn´t been this good since his own Grace disappeared, but Dano has been trully great for the first time in a permanently resonant film.

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Intro – Mandy (2018)

Intro – Mandy (2018)

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It starts out soberly Jacking the King Crimson lumber sap Out of a roller-coasting tree-line that dusks blood red dawns out of Death.

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Naked (1993) – Mike Leigh

Naked (1993) – Mike Leigh

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The smartest people in the world seem to spawn in Manchester. No doubt, a cosmic conspiracy hides behind this preternatural patch of hyper-verbose land.

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Auto Focus (2002) – Paul Schrader

Auto Focus (2002) – Paul Schrader

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Careful what you audition for: it might get you in the tightest-spot of a color-blind district that is sharp with double-life contrast.

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Blood Simple (1984) – The Coen Brothers

Blood Simple (1984) – The Coen Brothers

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Strong start for one of the strongest creative duos soldered together by nature and tried to be separated by none. A text-book student film.

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Box of Moonlight (1996) – Tom DiCillo

Box of Moonlight (1996) – Tom DiCillo

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All bets are off when off the grid you go, except for betting on life itself which can look, feel and sound like nothing before.

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The Matador (2005) – Richard Shepard

The Matador (2005) – Richard Shepard

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Finding true truant-camaraderie in some of the darkest, yet most sought-after corners of this open-bar planet of ours can sometimes be beautiful.

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Donnie Darko (2001) – Richard Kelly

Donnie Darko (2001) – Richard Kelly

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Suburban black magic that orbits around the interdimensional cellar-portal of a fast-cracking teenage mind that is full of defying questions to colliding answers.

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Chopper (2000) -Andrew Dominik

Chopper (2000) -Andrew Dominik

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What is it about this man who’s constantly welding attention to himself and the things he’s done under a sordid sense of right and wrong?

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