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Twenty-Five for All Time

By: Zachary W

 

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lukewarneke

3Dec12

Why kaspar hauser instead of aguirre or stroszek? Welt am draht (world on a wire) is fucking class. Red Shoes is eternal. Haven't seen like 7 of these - are they in any particular order?

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    Zachary W

    4Dec12

    My love for Herzog knows no limit, so when I put Kaspar Hauser at the top I can still affirm those two films as masterpieces. It's really an intangible quality that elevates it above his others for me, no major aesthetic reason. I'd say they're more or less in order of preference, but with films this great a strict hierarchy can't really apply. Which films have you not seen?

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    lukewarneke

    4Dec12

    6,8,10,11,12,16,17,18,22,24. Stalker and Autumn Afternoon are only a matter of time before I see them, the rest, besides Scorcese, I'm pretty unfamiliar with.

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    Zachary W

    5Dec12

    Well, obviously I would recommend seeing all of them. Je vous salue Sarajevo is actually only three minutes long, and it's easy to find on YouTube, so you should definitely check it out. If you like it try Godard's Histoire(s) du cinema as well.

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Zachary W

10Feb11

Well Kurt, that's why I like them.

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Kurt Walker

8Feb11

great stuff!

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