Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by alexpop, May 31, 2019.
Most recent would be Amelie.
Could be used as a tourist guide for Paris.
So's this: Audio Hardware
Jonah Who Will Be 25 In The Year 2000.
Cinema Paradiso (theatrical version )
The Double Life of Veronique
Most of my favourite films are European and could name several. In comedy I recommend Good by Lenin!, thiller: Mesrine, L'instinct de la mort, drama: After the wedding...
Mesrine pt 1&2.
Still on a French kick ( though any film from Europe inc Great Britain).
“Et Dieu ..crea le femme” (1956)
“Time Of The Gypsies” (1988)
Pelle the conqueror
There are so many. I have always loved The 400 Blows and La Grande Illusion and Cinema Paradiso, sentimental though it is, gets me every time.
So many come to mind. Cries & Whispers, Umberto D., The Marriage of Maria Braun, La Dolce Vita, Cinema Paradiso for starters.
F***ing Amal, Green Butchers, Run Lola Run, Timecrimes.....there are 100s of them
The Seventh Seal
The Third Man
The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly (it was filmed in Spain by an Italian director, with a score by an Italian composer, three American actors, and an Italian supporting cast, so yeah, it counts.)
Run Lola Run is such a great movie.
No, it was a Nagra.
Too many to single out just one.
Eyes Without a Face
Jean de Florette & Manon de Sources
Belle de Jour
Three Colours Trilogy
Pretty much any by Truffaut, Melville, Bunuel.
Revenge ( 2017).
This raises the old question, what makes [film title] from [country]. Personally, and FWIW Wikipedia agrees, I would classify The Exterminating Angel as a Mexican production. It’s not like Buñuel simply took a French or Spanish crew to Mexico for a jaunt. He had been living there for a long while by this point, and was very much a part of the Mexican film industry. The financing, the key production staff, the majority of the actors, pretty much everything about this film is Mexican, other than the birthplace of the director.
Director was European I guess.
It’s not generally what counts when determining these things. It’s where the production (not the filming) originates.
Hence Herzog’s Fitzcarraldo is a West German production, despite being filmed in South America.
Agree, should be regarded a Mexican film.
Nagra? Is the RTR film crews use.
It‘s been awhile since I seen the film in cinema, 1981 to be exact, memory blip.
Separate names with a comma.