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All these films and reels and no one came acrss Bergman? Who, IMO, is the best filmmaker who ever lived!! That's something!


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Persona (1966)

That, IMO, The finest Film I've ever seen yet. No competition.

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Neizar wrote:All these films and reels and no one came acrss Bergman? Who, IMO, is the best filmmaker who ever lived!! That's something!


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Persona (1966)

That, IMO, The finest Film I've ever seen yet. No competition.
:clap: We waited on you, Neizar. ;)

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    HBD Lynch!

    and continuing with Bergman's masterpieces...
    something will never be done again!

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    The Seventh Seal (1957)

    A man seeks answers about life, death, and the existence of God as he plays chess against the Grim Reaper during the Black Plague.

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    Happy Birthday David Lynch AND Mr. Federico Fellini.

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    Did you know?

    According to Douglas Trumbull, one of the Special Photographic Effects Supervisors for 2001: A Space Odyssey, the total footage shot was some 200 times the final length of the film!
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      m4st4 wrote:Image

      Did you know?

      According to Douglas Trumbull, one of the Special Photographic Effects Supervisors for 2001: A Space Odyssey, the total footage shot was some 200 times the final length of the film!
      :o

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      so somewhere along my adventure i came across a very interesting french book on cinema from the sixties (as in it came out in the sixties, the last kubrick movie they talk about is dr strangelove) which contains their fascinating list of the 12 greatest films of all time that i thought you gents would be interested in. Basically if you think movies attained perfection in the 20's look no further
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      and how they compiled the list... trust me i can read french it's legit
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      mchekhov 2: Chek Harder wrote:so somewhere along my adventure i came across a very interesting french book on cinema from the sixties (as in it came out in the sixties, the last kubrick movie they talk about is dr strangelove) which contains their fascinating list of the 12 greatest films of all time that i thought you gents would be interested in. Basically if you think movies attained perfection in the 20's look no further
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      and how they compiled the list... trust me i can read french it's legit
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