January 03, 2018

Cinema 2017: Favourite Classics

I have been away from this blog for five months. And I could watch only 140 movies in the last one year. The reason behind this will be known to you soon. Meanwhile, as the year ends, let me share with you the list of the ten classics I loved most in 2017. For this, I have considered all movies released before 2013 but first watched by me in the last twelve months:

  1. Berberian Sound Studio (2012/ UK) by Peter Strickland
  2. The Death of Mr. Lazarescu (2005/ Romania) by Cristi Puiu
  3. Far From Heaven (2002/ USA) by Todd Haynes
  4. Happiness (1998/ USA) by Todd Solondz
  5. Monsieur Lazhar (2011/ Canada) by Philippe Falardeau
  6. Mysterious Skin (2004/ USA-Netherlands) by Gregg Araki
  7. The Road Home (2000/ China) by Yimou Zhang
  8. Scarecrow (1973/ USA) by Jerry Schatzberg
  9. Summer Hours (2008/ France) by Olivier Assayas
  10. West Side Story (1961/ USA) by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins
Also loved: 'The Believer' (2001/ USA) by Henry Bean, 'Fitzcarraldo' (1982/ West Germany) by Werner Herzog, 'Funny Games' (1997/ Austria) by Michael Haneke, and 'Road to Perdition' (2002/ USA) by Sam Mendes 

And some unforgettable ones: 'The Cabin in the Woods' (2012/ USA) by Drew Goddard, 'District 9' (2009/ New Zealand-USA-South Africa) by Neill Blomkamp, 'Old Joy' (2006/ USA) by Kelly Reichardt, 'Post Tenebras Lux' (2012/ Mexico-France) by Carlos Reygadas, and 'Suspiria' (1977/ Italy) by Dario Argento

    1 comment:

    1. It's great to have you back. Check out Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn's charade

      And this wonderful character Philip Marlowe