|Once upon a Time in America
|Letter from an Unknown Woman
|Singin' in the Rain
|Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen
|Hiroshima mon amour
|Francis Ford Coppola
|In the Mood for Love
|Wong Kar Wai
Once upon a Time in America
I believe this is one of the greatest movies ever made. A movie about cinema, too, and about its double nature of dream and deception.
Letter from an Unknown Woman
The greatest mélo ever.
Singin' in the Rain
The greatest musical ever.
This is a movie that will never age. A painstaking, heartbreaking, perfectly funny portrait of western society.
Hiroshima mon amour
As of today this continues to be one of the greatest commentaries on images of war and on the way we look at them. Possibly *the* movie about the 20th century.
A portrait of a generation, which still feels contemporary. And one of the best uses of soundtrack ever imagined.
Maybe the best ending in the history of cinema.
A bold, unforgettable, incomparable declaration of love to cinema and to its possibilities.
An uncompromising, unapologetic portrait of the nature and desire of women.
In the Mood for Love
The most exciting absence of plot ever put on screen. An essay on the strenghts of mise en scène that forever entraps the audience in its ellipses.