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  • Clerks
  • How To Smell A Rose: A Visit with Ricky Leacock at his Farm in Normandy
  • Fallen Angels
  • Honeyland

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  • Pecker

    ★½

  • Daylight

    ★★★

  • Still Lives

    ★★★

  • Mad World

    ★★★★

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  • Pecker

    Pecker

    ★½

    Coming-of-age of the 18year old Pecker who takes photographs of everything he sees. He makes an exhibition in the fastfood store where he works. Accidentally he is being discovered by a New York gallery owner. The consequences are not so great for him.
    I had the impression that a middle class person desparately tried to make a movie about outsiders. REading a little bit about John Waters confirmed my idea, even though he is gay. There are terribly narrow-minded gay…

  • Daylight

    Daylight

    ★★★

    This is not my kind of movie an more, 20,30 years ago I might have enjoyed it much more.
    But in min 5 and min 6 there are some cockroaches crawling around exactly where you would expect them to be: in the main characters apartment in Manhattan (this is why I´m really wondering why we see them so rarely in movies). So I have a new member here letterboxd.com/eudorafletcher/list/cockroaches/

    Manhattan with the Twin Towers....
    The plot is one of countless…

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  • Paris, Texas

    Paris, Texas

    I appreciate Wim Wenders for his fine feeling for atmosphere and his talent for character studies. If you are willing to engage with his slow pace you will be rewarded with a great story, excellent actors, a quiet but intense and very atmospheric and emotionally touching movie about relationships between two brothers, a child and his parents, his foster parents and the lost love. Sometimes it´s pretty funny too.
    In the beginning one doesn´t know, if the movie might turn…

  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction

    Since 1995 I saw Pulp Fiction a few times in synchronization. I remember how surprised I was, that John Travolta is actually a good actor. Also I like Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman. With every further sighting I loved Pulp Fiction at least as much then the first time or maybe it gets better over time, since there are so many bad movies and movies that try to copy Pulp Fiction or develop it further – without…