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Le Cinématographe-Stylo

by Cojocariu Claudia
Some films which are – in my opinion – very well written. (dialogues&lines) Movies that make full use of words to create pure cinema. or to mention Alexandre Astruc’s auteur theory – the notion of the caméra-stylo or “camera-pen” and the idea that a director should wield his camera like a writer uses his pen and that he need not be hindered by traditional storytelling. and, of course, personal films with memorable/camp quotes. randomly ranked films list under construction ≧◠◡◠≦✌ Sans Soleil – 1983 – Chris Marker Hiroshima, mon amour – 1959 – Alain Resnais Ma nuit chez Maud – 1969 – Éric Rohmer Le feu follet – 1963 – Louis Malle Yi Yi: A… Read more

Some films which are – in my opinion – very well written. (dialogues&lines)
Movies that make full use of words to create pure cinema.

or to mention Alexandre Astruc’s auteur theory – the notion of the caméra-stylo or “camera-pen” and the idea that a director should wield his camera like a writer uses his pen and that he need not be hindered by traditional storytelling.

and, of course, personal films with memorable/camp quotes.

randomly ranked films
list under construction

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Sans Soleil – 1983 – Chris Marker

Hiroshima, mon amour – 1959 – Alain Resnais

Ma nuit chez Maud – 1969 – Éric Rohmer

Le feu follet – 1963 – Louis Malle

Yi Yi: A one and a Two – 2000 – Edward Yang

Une Femme Mariée – 1964 – Jean-Luc Godard

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The Face of Another – 1966 – Hiroshi Teshigahara

Chungking Express – 1994 – Wong Kar-wai

The Grandmasters – 2013 – Wong Kar-wai

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