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  • Europa Europa

    Europa Europa


    This is one of the great war epics I've ever seen. It's one of the few movies to show WWII in a respectable, nonromantic, or exploitative way. We follow the real story of Solomon Perel who as a Jewish teenager during WWII pretended to be German and lived as a Nazi during the war.

    The plot seems completely outlandish at points, both because of the number of coincidences and because of some incredible moments like Solomon meeting Stalin's son by…

  • Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

    Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom


    This movie is pure art. Pier Paolo Pasolini has recently become one of my favorite directors. Not only are his films amazing but his writings and political work blew me away. He was an amazing artist, a Renaissance man, and one of the most important figures of the 20th century. After falling in love with his art I felt the need to go back and rewatch his most notorious film. I haven't seen this movie in 10 years since I…

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  • Take the 5:10 to Dreamland

    Take the 5:10 to Dreamland


    Totally surrealist in the best ways possible and surprisingly has some of the most beautiful shots I've seen captured on film. It blows my mind how no many how many movies I see I still find new gems like this. It's a great testament to how vast the world of film is. I'm so happy to have watched this and am excited to show others.

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  • No One Will Play with Me

    No One Will Play with Me


    A sad short about an abused boy. It feels like a documentary but isn't. It's somewhat playful for how dark the subject matter is, but overall it works. This makes me extremely interesting in getting more into Herzog's shorts. He has a really special way of filming the world. It's not flashy but it's very effective.

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