Janusz Wróblewski

Editor and film critic, Polityka

Poland

Voted in the critics’ poll

Voted for

2001: A Space Odyssey

1968

Stanley Kubrick

Andrei Rublev

1966

Andrei Tarkovsky

Apocalypse Now

1979

Francis Ford Coppola

Blow Up

1966

Michelangelo Antonioni

dolce vita, La

1960

Federico Fellini

In The Mood For Love

2000

Wong Kar Wai

Mulholland Dr

2001

David Lynch

Persona

1966

Ingmar Bergman

Rashomon

1950

Akira Kurosawa

Sátántangó

1994

Béla Tarr

Comments

The movies mentioned above have changed my thinking about the cinema and shaped my sensibility. Not do only these films belong to the canon of art as revolutionary masterpieces that break down the barriers of aesthetics and narrative, they still have the attractive dimension of a magic show, despite the passage of time. Awakening strong emotions, their experimental images allow you to contemplate reality and look for deeper, metaphysical meanings. Behind these directors stands a strong philosophy of inspiring reflection about the world and their incredible sense of form. They are still a spiritual feast and adventure.

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