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philosophy&realıty&phenomenology

by calderon de la barca
This list includes films in the context of phenomenology, problematic reality, as well as films that are both related and unrelated to these two issues. In general, it was not limited to the films of a few countries, but I tried to include in the cinema of many countries. Contrary to well-known films, films that are open to deeper philosophical reflections are included in the list. Existentialism (Ikiru, Human Condition, Vanishing Point), Analitic Philosophy (Ex Machina, Ghost in the Shell), Self-Examination (Open your Eyes, Wild Strawberries, Seventh Seal, Sixth Seal), Reality Problematic (Ugetsu, Open your Eyes, Rashomon, Lower Depths,… Read more

This list includes films in the context of phenomenology, problematic reality, as well as films that are both related and unrelated to these two issues. In general, it was not limited to the films of a few countries, but I tried to include in the cinema of many countries.

Contrary to well-known films, films that are open to deeper philosophical reflections are included in the list. Existentialism (Ikiru, Human Condition, Vanishing Point), Analitic Philosophy (Ex Machina, Ghost in the Shell), Self-Examination (Open your Eyes, Wild Strawberries, Seventh Seal, Sixth Seal), Reality Problematic (Ugetsu, Open your Eyes, Rashomon, Lower Depths, Salaam Cinema, F for Fake), Marxist-Philosophical-based Capitalist Critique (Hawks and Sparrows), films influenced by Nietzsche (Cobra Verde, Aguirre, Death in Venice), Cultural and Logical Criticism (Kaspar Hauser), Phenomenological (Rosemary’s Baby), Quince Tree Sun, Journey to Avebury), Lacanian (Gulty Romance), Religion-based or -influenced philosophical films (Nosferatu the Vampire, Pigsty, Wings of Desire, God on Trial), Films based on different temporal Understanding (Eternity and a Day, Arrival, Last Year at Marianbad, Hiroshima mon Amour)

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