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Ratings & Reviews

  1. gld48's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

  2. Mariana Vilhena's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

  3. film_lies101's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    Perhaps not as encompassing as his other works, it is still incredibly riveting

  4. Amin Lumière's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

  5. Adam Whybray's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    A mesmerising fever dream of cold war paranoia. Take you to a very odd place.

  6. Jesse Furgurson's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    history as a nervous breakdown

  7. Jugend21's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    that very last edit is fantastic, great ending

  8. Murky Juan's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    This is what Godard should look like in the 21st century

  9. Mr. Kaizer's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

  10. Camille Bertrand's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    For spotify users, the film's full soundtrack :) http://open.spotify.com/user/acecast/playlist/4Osw32sfpSsK0JFSyIOejO

  11. Alex's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

  12. lndah's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

  13. Roberto Reis's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    A mind-blowing documentary for the XXIst century.

  14. Endless Eye's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    THIS is awesome. Everyone serious about understanding the world they live in and exploring the craft of making films should watch this. Created entirely out of antiquated stock footage, Curtis masterful crafts an interwoven narrative that both informs and engrosses the senses fully.

  15. ‏ㅤ's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    http://www.documentary-film.net/search/watch.php?&ref=273

  16. Chris S's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    If you are in Britain you can watch it for free on Adam Curtis' blog here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamcurtis/it_felt_like_a_kiss/

  17. PROKOSCH's rating of the film It Felt Like a Kiss

    The film causes unbelievable frissons in the part of my brain preoccupied with politics, culture, music, film, psychology, banana republics, the CIA. Adam Curtis can as of yet do no wrong.