Café Cinema: 1895 - 1999

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Artemis wrote:
September 4th, 2019, 1:23 pm
The fine arts museum is showing Hausu Halloween weekend! I haven't seen this before so I'm super pumped for my first watch of this film to be on a big screen!
it's weird

my friend explains it to people as scooby doo with japanese school girls, but that doesn't really begin to describe it

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Best place to start with Bergman and Kurosawa? Just got the Criterion Channel

seven samurai & persona. may you have a blessed journey

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Disney+'s solo2001 wrote:
September 4th, 2019, 6:05 pm
seven samurai & persona. may you have a blessed journey
This is correct. That said, Persona is not the most representative of Bergman’s movies in general. For that, I’d look to Wild Strawberries or Through a Glass Darkly.

As for Kurosawa, don’t limit yourself to his (amazing) samurai movies, his contemporary stuff is as good but often overlooked. High and Low being one such favorite.


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Café Cinema: 1895 - 1999 =/= Scott Pilgrim

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Well this thread was made in early 2012, by then 1999 was about a decade ago. Now 2010 is nearly a decade ago. If anything it's the thread's title that needs to be updated.

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who gives a shit lol


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cafe cinema is for classics

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