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Novecento (1976)

Italy/France/West Germany 317m, Colour
Director: Bernardo Bertolucci; Cast: Robert De Niro, Gérard Depardieu, Dominique Sanda, Francesca Bertini, Laura Betti, Werner Bruhns, Stefania Casini, Sterling Hayden, Anna Henkel, Ellen Schwiers, Alida Valli, Romolo Valli, Stefania Sandrelli, Donald Sutherland, Burt Lancaster… 75 more words

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The Last Emperor

Is it possible to make a movie audience care about a spoiled brat who expects everything to be done for him, including making his decisions? Bernardo Bertolucci may not have asked that question when he made  459 more words

Films

FILMSKA PREPORUKA : SANJARI (2003)

Znam da niste očekivali, a ni navikli, da vidite članke o filmovima ili muzici na našem blogu, ali je moja ideja bila da s vremena na vreme podelim sa vama neke od mojih omiljenih filmova i bendova prosto zato što mislim da treba da ih pogledate/poslušate, a i mislim da će vam se dopasti, ukoliko ih i ne zavolite. 560 more words

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MOVIE RECOMMENDATION : THE DREAMERS (2003)

Okay, so I know you guys are not used to articles about movies or music on our blog, but I really want to share some of my favorite movies and bands from time to time with you simply because I think you should watch them and you would like them, if not love them. 580 more words

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Little Buddha (1993)

Little Buddha seems like the kind of film that was meant to capitalise on America’s infatuation with East Asian culture, particularly Buddhism, which I suspect was becoming insanely trendy for liberals during the 1990’s. 494 more words

1990's

Moving pictures, #32

Definitely a mixed bag this time around. Perhaps a few too many from the US, but a couple from India as well. Plus Korea and Italy. 2,389 more words

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The Man with the Mondrian Wheels

9 a.m. HER MAN (Tay Garnett). Proto-Wellesian tracking shots, and Phillips Holmes looking Greek-godly in a shredded sailor suit. “That was practically a bdsm costume,” said Meredith Brody. 164 more words

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