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Jean-Pierre Melville. Quite probably my most favorite filmmaker of all-time.

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Part 2 of 5 Boo Ji Young Lynne Ramsay Yim Soon Rye Kulikar Sotho Jane Campion Sally Potter Dee Rees Deepa Mehta Sarah Polley Kamila Andini

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Tullio Pericoli - Pier Paolo Pasolini (watercolours and ink on paper, 1986)

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Katherine Hepburn with her director Howard Hawks on the set of ‘Bringing Up Baby’ (1938).

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The object of this game is to dare to fall with a noose around your neck from a place sufficiently high enough off the ground, such that the fall will hang you. The object of the game is to punish those who have caused great unhappiness by their selfish actions. This is the best game of all, because the winner is also the loser, and the judge’s decision is always final. Drowning By Numbers ...

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Please don’t start your expression of sympathy to Zack Snyder with some variation of “I don’t like his films, but…” It’s not relevant to his grief or your condolences, so just skip that part.

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Peter Greenaway - A Zed & Two Noughts (1985)

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about the human being or the human dignity Béla Tarr – Till the End of the World exhibition at EYE béla tarr - speakingparts’ recap

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