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  • Possession



    Hooptober 9.0, pt.35- The One you've all been waiting for.

    11/6 Countries (Spain, UK, Japan, USA, Canada, Poland, Hong Kong, Russia, Mexico, Czechia, Australia) (COMPLETE)
    12/8 Decades (1970s, 1980s, 1960s, 2020s, 1990s, 2010s, 1920s, 1910s, 1950s, 1930s, 2000s, 1940s) (COMPLETE)
    3/3- Extra Credit Films

    3rd Andrzej Żuławski (after The Most Important Thing: Love and On the Silver Globe)

    Truthfully, I put this off until the end because I was scared I'd hate it. So many people love this film and…

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    14th Jean-Luc Godard

    Losing Godard is probably the greatest loss to film culture this century so far. The sheer depth and breadth of his influence is unmistakable on not only two generations of filmmakers, critics and academics but on the way we talk about films both in person and on here. There were multitudes of writers beforehand who all sort to turn film into an art form but Godard and Cahiers (of which he was a notable contributor) did so…

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  • La Roue

    La Roue


    7th Abel Gance (after La Folie du Docteur Tube, Napoleon, Mater Dolorosa, Au Secours!, End of the World and J'Accuse (1919))

    Part 5 of the Longest Month of My Life

    Now the challenge starts to get tough; only with some serious dedication was I able to make this in two days, though it could have been less had it not been for a piercing migraine. Still, I am incredibly pleased to have seen this in its near seven hour form,…

  • Les Misérables

    Les Misérables


    Part 4 of the Longest Month of My Life

    1st Raymond Bernard

    The fact I’ve been able to see four films of at least two and a half hours long a day for the past four days is a worrying trend and I can assure you that I won’t be able to keep it up when I have a full week of work and obligations. In the meantime, Bernard’s three-part adaptation of Hugo’s novel is the first I’ve seen; I’ve…

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