Fernanda Solórzano

Film critic

Mexico

Voted in the critics’ poll

Voted for

1963

Federico Fellini

Blade Runner

1982

Ridley Scott

Citizen Kane

1941

Orson Welles

Godfather: Part II, The

1974

Francis Ford Coppola

Matrix, The

1999

Andy Wachowski/Lana Wachowski

Mulholland Dr

2001

David Lynch

Nosferatu

1922

F. W. Murnau

Rashomon

1950

Akira Kurosawa

Sunset Blvd.

1950

Billy Wilder

Vertigo

1958

Alfred Hitchcock

Comments

On the two most recent entries: with The Matrix, what seemed to be a fad has become a film-history landmark, both technologically and for so effectively tapping the zeitgeist. Non-linear narratives had already been explored in film, but Lynch took the form to a different and unique level in Mulholland Dr.

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