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Punch-Drunk Love (2002).


L’Atalante | dir. Jean Vigo | France

Melancholia + Colours

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Heavenly Creatures (New Zealand - Germany, 1994)

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Calvary (2014) dir. John Michael McDonagh

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Whatever you end up doing, love it. The way you loved the projection booth when you were a little squirt.

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Le cauchemar, 1896


Le cauchemar, 1896


“My father took me to see this film in 1950, when I was eight years old. And I’ve never forgotten it. I wouldn’t know how to begin to explain what this film has meant to me over the years. It’s about the joy and exuberance of film-making itself. It’s one of the true miracles of film history. What keeps nourishing me over the years is the spell the film casts, how it weaves the mystery of the obsession of creativity, of the creative drive. It all comes down to that wonderful exchange early in the film when Anton Walbrook confronts Moira Shearer at a cocktail party. ‘Why do you want to dance?’ he asks, and she answers, ‘Why do you want to live?’ The look on his face is extraordinary.’ Over the years, I’ve thought a lot about that exchange. It expresses so much about the burning need for art – the mystery of the passion to create. It’s not that you want to do it, it’s that you have to do it. You have no choice. You have to live it and it comes with a price. But what a time paying it.” ― Martin Scorsese

One of the many reasons you should watch The Red Shoes


Favorite Movies Through a Glass Darkly (1961)

"It’s so horrible to see your own confusion and understand it."

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