Since the DVD age started (thanks Netflix!), I've been able to see many foreign films that never would have come to my rinky-dink town. I love foreign movies, especially the French New Wave movies of Jean-Luc Godard (Breathless, Band of Outsiders, etc.), the bizarre german , jazzy horror films of Jess Franco (Vampyros Lesbos, She Killed in Ecstacy) and Kurosawa's films. And don't even get me started on Bergman and Truffaut!
What are your favorite foreign films (new or old)? Maybe you'll point me in the direction of something amazing!
I love Spanish and French films, they are great. Not so long ago I wrote a hub about my favourite Spanish films with English subtitles. They are all black comedies, full of drama, tragedy and lots of laughs.
There are many other films that I like specially French but they do not have subtitles
Amarcord (1973), directed by Federico Fellini.
Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (1963 Italian: Ieri, oggi, domani) director Vittorio de Sica, stars Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni
Like Water for Chocolate.
That movie cracks me up but it also makes me cry.
It's just cool.
Gotta be Japanese/Korean horror for me all the way! Dark Water, Battle Royale, Ichi the Killer, Oldboy...can't beat em!
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