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|100 T10||Mulholland Drive (2001) - Jan 10, 2010
"Speechless. David Lynch was able to lure me deeper and deeper into a absolutely beautiful nightmare. It's an intricately constructed injection of fear, passion, and mystery straight to the heart. It'll take control of you, and haunt you for years to come. A masterpiece if I've ever seen one."
|90 T10||Three Colors: Red (1994) - Dec 10, 2015
"For me, "Red" was the grandest and most mystifying of the triptych. Beneath its effectiveness as a human drama, it is a film predicated on exploring the force behind our invisible interconnectedness with one another. It is beautiful that Kieslowski's last film was his most deliberate attempt to provide meaning to all that happens in life. "
|90 T10||Persona (1966) - Dec 28, 2015
"Deeply affecting. Bergman uses the human face to penetrate the guard of the audience. At one point I underwent hallucinatory effects during a still shot of Ullman's face. "Persona" is self-aware that its mystery exists only as a film- Which makes it like a nightmare you're not allowed to wake up from. "