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10 movies to see before you die
Transcript of 10 movies to see before you die
Citizen Kane is a 1941 American drama film directed, co-written, produced by, and starring Orson Welles.
The story is a film à clef that examines the life and legacy of Charles Foster Kane, played by Welles
A mentally unstable Viet Nam war veteran works as a night-time taxi driver in New York City where the perceived decadence and sleaze feeds his urge for violent action, attempting to save a preadolescent prostitute in the process.
Dir: Martin Scorsese (1976)
After being kidnapped and imprisoned for 15 years, Oh Dae-Su is released, only to find that he must find his captor in 5 days.
Dir: Chang Wok Park
Oldboy is a "powerful film not because of what it depicts, but because of the depths of the human heart which it strips bare"
Dir: Emir Kusturica (1995)
The story follows an underground weapons manufacturer in Belgrade during WWII and evolves into fairly surreal situations. A black marketeer who smuggles the weapons to partisans doesn't mention to the workers that the war is over, and they keep producing. Years later, they break out of their underground "shelter"
Humanity finds a mysterious, obviously artificial, object buried beneath the Lunar surface and, with the intelligent computer H.A.L. 9000, sets off on a quest.
Dir: Rian Jhonson (2005)
A teenage loner pushes his way into the underworld of a high school crime ring to investigate the disappearance of his ex-girlfriend.
2001 a space odissey
Dir: Stanley Kubric (1968)
A man and a woman move in to neighboring Hong Kong apartments and form a bond when they both suspect their spouses of extramarital activities.
Dir: Kar Wai Wong
In the Mood for love
Picnic is a 1996 Japanese film directed by Shunji Iwai. The film was shot in 1994, but not released until 1996.
Coco, Tsumuji and Satoru, three mental asylum patients want to see the world, being not allowed behind the border of the asylum. Therefore they start to explore the world by walking on the wall.
Dir: Bahman Ghobadi (2004)
set in the Kurdish concentration camp on the Iraqi-Turkish border on the eve of the US invasion of Iraq. Thirteen-year-old Satellite (Soran Ebrahim) is known for his installation of dishes and antennae for local villages. He is the leader of the children, organizing the sweeping and clearing of the minefields.
Turtles can fly
The Celebration is a 1998 Danish film, directed by Thomas Vinterberg. The film tells the story of a family gathering to celebrate their father's 60th birthday. At the dinner, the eldest son publicly accuses his father of sexually abusing both him and his twin sister (who had recently committed suicide).