Timé Zoppe

Assistant editor in chief of Trois Couleurs magazine

Voted for

Mulholland Dr.2001David Lynch
Meek's Cutoff2010Kelly Reichardt
Hiroshima mon amour1959Alain Resnais
Howl's Moving Castle2004Hayao Miyazaki
Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles1975Chantal Akerman
Volver2005Pedro Almodóvar
Carol2014Todd Haynes
The Virgin Suicides1999Sofia Coppola
American Honey2016Andrea Arnold
Cemetery of Splendour2015Apichatpong Weerasethakul


I chose a lot of recent movies on purpose, because I know that the majority of my colleagues will name the usual classics. Classics I probably love too, but I thought about my list as a way to enlight various, complex, deep and accurate female trajectories. To me, cinema has of course to do with directing, framing, a science of music, cutting and lightening, things all the movies and directors I've named master. But cinema also has to do with original stories, deep feelings and striking representations - considering all those fields, these 10 movies marked my soul like no other did.