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that's why i started this thread
Thought it was overly solemn and the DVD quality wasn't great. Cinematography was interesting though.
altho i think klaus kinski is more convincing conquistador than an irishman
what's eating gilbert grape
great great film that is often undeservedly ridiculed. Bet no one here has seen it. When the young man and woman get out of LA the cinematography becomes breathtaking.
Pretty unusual for Antonioni.
is an incredible film.
Bab’Aziz: The Prince Who Contemplated His Soul
March of the Penguins
If rural Wales is your idea of 'the middle of nowhere'. Which, on watching it, probably will be.
One of my favourite films as a young un. Need to see it again soon.
In a remote, isolated village in post-Soviet Armenia...
Days of Heaven
Not found. ?!
I'd guess Open Water as well - clue's in the title?
as well as 2001 and Solaris mentioned above, things like Silent Running, Dark Star and Moon really capture the isolation of being in the back of beyond.
On an arthousier note, I offer you Satantango.
a joyous 7 hour experience
also Evil Dead