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and see if other people can guess it

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you're missing out then

it's satantango


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Always reminded of this image


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oh it does look similar


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I didn't know it but I did an image search for Wong Kar Wai film cigarette

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The list is helpful to get started on NOIR with plenty of great titles waiting. I've been working through the 250 films on and off for a few years, so why not discuss it here? I hope I'm not the only one interested in this style of filmmaking.


dips bedora
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It plays on how latins that settle in America sound: I can take a stuttering awkward speech but IRL many end up sounding like the most stuck-up Mexican cunts they can pretend to be. Nothing to report on The Third Man since the first attempt with rutracker gave me a Rusky voice-over.


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Sorry Wrong Number is top tier phone-noir

This poster is funny. Burt Lancaster smacks around a bedridden Barbara Stanwyck


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What are good noir films made outside the United States? I'll suggest Los tallos amargos from Argentina. The Film Noir Foundation has restored it, but so far the internet only has this TV rip.


>This brilliant noir was lauded in its native country upon release, winning Argentina’s Silver Condor Award as the best film of the year, yet it remains unknown in the rest of the world. This is a crime, because LOS TALLOS AMARGOS is one of the best noir-drenched crime films of the 1950s - maybe ever. A deep-seated inferiority complex leads a Buenos Aires newspaper reporter (Carlos Cores) into a seemingly innocent correspondence-school scam with a clever Hungarian expat (Vassili Lambrinos). As the money flows in, so do rising suspicions about the Hungarian’s true motives. One man is driven to commit the perfect crime - with stunning and tragic results. Lauded by American Cinematographer as #49 of the “100 Best Photographed Films of All Time” (DP Ricardo Younis) and featuring an inventive score by Astor Piazzolla, the greatest Argentine musician of the 20th century.


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19 Classic Period Noirs, One each year

20 Fine Femme Fatales (actress, year)

20 Film Noir 'Fringe/Deep Cuts'

15 Rare Non-US Noirs

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best films with cats / based around cats / around cats?

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Not sure if this counts, but it's great.

Just be sure to watch it without watching the trailer before, it gives away too much.


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> Japan

A curious 2hr+ drama about a love triangle. But this love triangle has a cat in the middle. In fact, the man loves his cat more than his wife or girlfriend.


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>it's a Chris Marker romanticizes socialism episode


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Nice one

Now here is a weird Mexican movie about a millionaire psychopath who stalks beautiful women from his helicopter.

The Night of a Thousand Cats (1972)

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Is pic related the ultimate example of a gimmick flick?

Literally the only thing anyone went on about when it was released was the pretense of being one continuous shot. Any criticism at all was deflected by "dude one take lmao" in the minds of the plebs who raved about it.

Thought the plot was thin and predictable? But dude it was all like one take. Casting a bit weak? Dude it was one take. Compositions lacking any artistic merit or visual language leading to massive blocks of dialogue? Dude it was all one take.

Post other gimmick flicks and your reasons.

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Lady in the Lake was shot entirely POV style. This doesn't always work so well. They didn't have handheld movie cameras in 1947, so there's not too much realistic movement. The viewer feels somewhat anchored in place with the POV of a statue.

But I like this film regardless. It's a fun idea and they made a respectable attempt to create something different.



>They didn't have handheld movie cameras in 1947,

But they did.



>>13399 (Checked)*



For shooting 35mm? Anyway they mostly used large heavy cameras for that movie.



Oh well specify, handheld cameras for other films existed before then.

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so what do you guys think of this? did anyone see in in 3D?

i'm probably gonna watch it this week. gaspar is my one of favourite degenerate filmmakers. but i hope it's more than cheap sex scenes.

the LOVE poster reminds me of marilyn minter, a very cool artist. either she designed it or they ripped off her style.



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>Nonactors alternated between naturalism and amateurism, undermined by emotional scenes beyond their abilities and the script's silly attempts at earnest dialogue

I think that male actor was used better in The Neon Demon

his weaknesses were not so apparent as a relaxed character


a director for study




>Gaspar has no substance


Maybe I am overanalyzing his movies that I have seen of him (Irreversible and I Stand Alone) but I thought these movies were straight society critique. We were shown the violence, the ugliness and the hopelessness of normal people in every day life. And what is so great about those movies and what I think you misunderstand as "no substance" is that Gaspar doesn't bore the audience with morals and lessons-we-should-learn but in stead shows us that we really aren't that great as human beings we like to make ourselves believe.



how about Love?

I don't think it was as good as Irreversible or I Stand Alone


i dont know

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I might be a normie pleb, but I watched these two films on Netflix and they are terrific imo. What are some other kinos with heavy themes of death and morality?

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>Yes, I'd like you to make an actual argument on why Bergman is shit and on his films on the same level of the one op posted.

Bergman isn't shit, he's just overrated. You gave op a dud however. Even with the worst of 8chan we should still treat each other better than the best of Reddit.

>The whole point of this board was to discuss film without /tv/ childish attitude, then people like you who's only argument was muh normies came along and this place became slightly more pretentious /tv/.

That's not the point of /film/ otherwise I'm making a Troll 2 and MCU general to discuss it in a serious fashion.

>See you don't even want to fucking discuss stuff,

I do just not on garbage threads.

>you just came in call people normies and tell them to kill themself.

There's nothing wrong with bullying.


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So anyway I would recommend Forest of Bliss, which is a documentary about the holy city of Varanasi, India. Be warned I might be spoiling the documentary by explaining the background, since minimal explanation is given as you watch it. But Varanasi is a destination for many Hindus at the end of their life. They all wish to die in the city.

<In the ancient Hindu scripture, Matsya Purana, Lord Shiva says, “Varanasi is my most sacred place, the cause of liberation. All sins, which may have accumulated in thousands of previous lives, disappear if one dies here.”

So there's nothing quite like Varanasi in the rest of the world, a city where constant human death has been an integral part of the daily routine for centuries. Since death is desired, it's no longer tragic. However some scenes are rather unhygienic by our standards. Don't drink the Ganges.


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>They all wish to die in the city.

Reminds me of this Jon Ronson documentary Reverend Death. Ronson likes to follow around oddballs, and this time it's an assisted suicide minister. Most right-to-die advocates prefer to deal with terminally ill patients, but strictly avoid mentally ill or depressed people who are sick of living. Enter "Reverend Death", a man who will help just about anyone kill themselves.

I don't know if OP wanted this sort of thing but maybe someone else will be interested.


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>Dante's Inferno

It's a good silent fantasy film, a highlight of the early 1910's, but how did this film enhance your understanding of mortality?

>the best artists and intellectuals are not concerned with mortality they've already come to terms with death

They say this or you assume this? I don't think it's true. Even if it were, coming to terms with mortality does not preclude someone from ever again talking about, thinking about, learning about, or making films about death. Why should the mindset of these artists limit our own exploration of this issue?

A few more relevant documentaries.



>They say this or you assume this?

I said that. They say the opposite.

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Hey /film/, what is this image from? I was watching Historie(s) du Cinema and this came up, I know I've seen it before but can't quite place it. Any help would be appreciated, thanks


>Historie(s) du Cinema

which part has this image?


This site seems to list everything contained in the series. Click on the chapter to see a detailed summary with timestamps and films used



How many of the clips used in this series reveal plot points?



>I think the best way to look at these programs is to enter into the image without a single name or reference in your head. The less you know, the better.


this still is from Coeur fidele (1923).

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>According to Wiazemsky's 2007 novel Jeune Fille, she and Bresson developed a close relationship during the shooting of the film, although it was not consummated. On location they stayed in adjoining rooms and Wiazemsky said that "at first, he would content himself by holding my arm, or stroking my cheek. But then came the disagreeable moment when he would try to kiss me ... I would push him away and he wouldn't insist, but he looked so unhappy that I always felt guilty." Later Wiazemsky lost her virginity to a member of the film's crew, which she says gave her the courage to reject Bresson

>During the 1966 filming of Au Hasard Balthazar, director Robert Bresson proposed to her several times, though she refused.[9] In 1967, she married Jean-Luc Godard, and subsequently starred in several of his films; the marriage officially ended in divorce in 1979,[9] though the couple had already separated as early as 1970.[10]

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> misery they inflicted on Reddit's favorite French film makers makes it so very amusing.

This being Bresson? Since when?



I think I was talking about Godtard in that post when I said that.

The real question is why are you replying to a 3 month old post. And why am I replying.



Yeah I was talking about Godtard since I said tedious misery.

I expect Bresson's pain to have been a quick stab to the heart while Godtard's was years of a terrible marriage slowly rotting him inside out.



Idk, I was taking a look around this board and found that post that confused the fuck out of me I thought it was worth a shot


Based. Thank you.

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Our next Film Club features the newest film so far; it's come off the festival circuit for a wider release only a few months ago. Concerning Violence is also the first documentary to be featured for Film Club.

> Combining Swedish archival footage and audiovisual extracts from Frantz Fanon’s combustible 1962 tome, this is a sobering nine-part account of Africa’s struggle to emerge from the yoke of colonial oppression. Uncompromising, demanding and potently illuminating. ~~ David Parkinson, Empire

> It's a confrontational, direct and challenging piece of film-making; an illustrated lecture that muses on the legacy of European colonial rule in Africa and elsewhere and poses questions about cycles of power abuse and neo-colonialism. ~~ Wendy Idle, The Times



Your suggestions and opinions for upcoming Film Club selections are always welcome. Either comment here or in the proper thread: >>3564

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Does that song have a name? I found the full lyrics near the bottom of this page. https://nationstates.ermarian.net/jolt/1230/548711

South Africans probably had Lockean homesteading rights to their land. But from brief reading, it sounds like Rhodesia was already inhabited when Rhodes & co. arrived. True?


So Frantz Fanon is respected ... why? Is it because feelgood intentions are more important than actual results? His ideas weren't good for much beyond kicking out colonialists. Fanon combined the mind cancer of intense self-pity with the economic cancer of Marxism. I'm unaware of many (or any) successful countries built upon those two principles. You could say Frantz Fanon is the Founding Father of shithole countries.

Botswana is one of the few African countries that's become successful in the past 50 years. Its policies of economic freedom are a far cry from Fanon's pity party Marxism.

Anyway Concerning Violence is remarkable because you get to hear the exact words that led to Africa's post-colonial failure. The director seems weirdly oblivious.

One thing that stuck out to me was the missionary scene. The missionaries were criticised for building a church instead of a hospital. I think the missionaries said something about trying to get the local population to be monogamous instead of having many wives (and dozens of kids). Outrageous zealotry from those Bible thumpers! And yet later we see hordes of pitiful souls during a guilt porn montage. But, why are there so many pitiful souls who cannot feed themselves? Could it be the unrestrained breeding the missionaries warned against?



Necroposting but this might help future posters. the song i


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>Fuck, cat got on keyboard

Necroposting but this might help future posters. The song is "The UDI Song" by John Edmond. It seems to be a slowed down cover or something though.


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Yep, that's it.

UDI = Universal Declaration of Independence


I make note of films about Rhodesia because it's essentially a lost country. That makes it a mysterious place. Recently I noticed Duel in the Jungle starring Dana Andrews.

>An American insurance investigator is sent to Rhodesia to investigate the mysterious death of a diamond broker who drowned whilst diving off the coast. The broker was insured for $1 million so the insurers are suspicious.

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Just watched this for the 3rd time and im going to watch it for a 4th time in a couple of days. Its been the first film in years that has made me feel emotions for the characters on screen, absolute genious and one of Pixar's greatest works. Heres to a sequel since i believe the can work with the concept a lot more if Disney dosent choke them on an pg only rating. Who else watched and liked/disliked it?

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What thread should i then use for this?



It's not a huge deal really. Discussing in this thread is fine since you already made it. I was just trying to explain the board a little bit.



Ahh, thanks anon


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'The Shell' (2014)>>>>Inside Out (2015)

One is simplistic on the surface yet layered with depth in 11 minutes which the other can't do with 90 extra minutes.


garbage, moving on......

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What directors, writers, actors, etc. do you consider to be geniuses? Pics related are the only two I can think of in this area. Also, what are "arguments" for the claim of someone being a genius? I can't rationally explain why I think or feel these two fit into this category, possibly because I'm going off a feeling more than an actual thought that has been poured over and meditated upon.

Another element to consider... I consider these two to be artistic geniuses, not necessarily "actual" geniuses, unless the two are the same?

Sorry for the blogpost style here and mix of thoughts. Ultimately, what do you think?


Genius designation is a little subjective. Some recipients of the MacArthur "Genius Grant" are true morons.

Regarding film I put many people in the genius category - Buster Keaton, Leni Riefenstahl, Orson Welles, Sergei Parajanov, Raoul Ruiz, Zbigniew Rybczyński, Ennio Morricone...

I'm not exactly sure of the reasoning either, but I suppose genius indicates someone who is very talented, original, and perhaps influential. I think a film genius will have exceptional and unique creative vision combined with the ability to deliver on it.


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I agree with your choices for genius as well as your assessment on genius itself. I personally believe it to be a difference in connectivity to the Universe.


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Do any of you own a film poster? If so from what film?

I would buy one but I am a poor fuck and don't like most film posters.
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lel, why?


I don't have any website recommendations. I own multiple original film posters but did not purchase them myself (inheritance). Rebecca, Casablanca, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Frankenstein, and Double Indemnity comprise my current collection.


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I am searching for a good western poster

I like this movie but like you say the poster is a different story


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got lucky at the thrift store today!



nice find


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I found it at a secondhand store, but it's pretty small and came with the DVD so it's nothing special. Still too embarrassed to hang the thing.

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War films that emphasizes story and character arcs. The most aesthetically relevant, the better.

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Slaughterhouse Five



> I've seen most of the other films mentioned in this thread

how about these? >>1274

the ascent is beautiful


Lawrence of Arabia.



Who in Ivans Childhood arched?


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>I would also like to watch more Russian war films in general.

No one mentioned one of the essentials!

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This seems like the appropriate place to post

also any extreme sports kino.

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not kino, but the recent series 'post radical' is interesting if you're into skateboarding


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Asking here, because it doesn't even have to be an action movie, but I just want to experience the typical tropes of adventure, mystery, exploration, treasure-hunting, etc

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The Librarian. The first one.

bait or no?



Operation condor was really good if it's the one I remember. Jackie is there trying to get through some stone door I think. Something about a scorpion in the desert.

What's the macgyver actor made for TV movie about the scepter. That one was good when there wasn't internet and you had to watch what was available on Tv.


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>What's the macgyver actor made for TV movie about the scepter.

I was thinking of that too. I think this is it.


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Here's one! It's extreme low quality but the full movie!


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The main character "Frank Buck" was actually a real person.


<Frank Howard Buck (March 17, 1884 – March 25, 1950) was an American hunter, animal collector, and author, as well as a film actor, director, and producer. Beginning in the 1910s he made many expeditions into Asia for the purpose of hunting and collecting exotic animals, bringing over 100,000 live specimens back to the United States and elsewhere for zoos and circuses and earning a reputation as an adventurer. He co-authored seven books chronicling or based on his expeditions, beginning with 1930's Bring 'Em Back Alive, which became a bestseller. Between 1932 and 1943 he starred in seven adventure films based on his exploits, most of which featured staged "fights to the death" with various wild beasts.

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