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iCM Forum's Favourite Movies of the 1960s, 2nd edition; Results

500<400, Favourite 1001 movies, Doubling the Canon, Film World Cup and many other votes
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#241

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Torgo wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 2:42 pm
joachimt wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 2:29 pm Re: Torgo.
You can't easily compare iCM's Most Favorited with this, because the way it's compiled is completely different. In Most Favorited the position is a formula, which depends on checkcount. A movie with 100 favs on 200 checks will be higher than a movie with 200 favs on 20000 checks. However, this poll doesn't take checkcount into account, so a movie with thousands of checks (most in the top 100 here) have a lot more chance of getting votes, because more people from the participants have seen them. This is exactly what makes Most Favorited interesting: lessen known films get a chance to get into it, as long as people love it.
Of course they're not so much comparable :) But thanks for pointing that out.
Usually, popular titles from there will also have a very good standing in the forum, as shows. I'm just excited to see how it's all turning out, how the titans of every canon like 2001 & Psycho will do against ICM favorites like Seppuku & Human Condition III (and the arthouse titans in between, Bresson and the like).

But it's not the most active of polls in this edition, methinks. Others had more participants.
59 is a good number of participants for this kind of poll.The two big annual polls, <400 and 1001 Favs, always attract more participants than all other polls. To compare the last 40s and 50s edition had 61 an 53 participants.
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Gordon_Gekko wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:29 pm So before Top 50 starts:

Top10 Directors (films in Top 100)
Godard = 8 (4)
Godard domination. (l) (l) (l)
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Thanks for clearing that up, Wolf!
Onderhond wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:32 pm
Torgo wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:07 pm Many of the absolute greatest Japanese to come: 2x Kobayashi and Kurosawa ..
Since I fear Wakamatsu's window of opportunity has already passed, I'm quite disappointed in this list, especially seeing some of the films that did make it. That also means no film from my list made the results :D
Oh, I'm positive we will have plenty room for weird experimental underground arthouse pinku schlock in our Top 20!
tehe

(I'm surprised myself that I have seen 5 Wakamatsu films to quite mixed viewing experiences; I'll just say that they're not usual #1 material for me :innocent: )
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#48 (3 #51) Ivanovo detstvo [Ivan's Childhood] (Eduard Abalov, Andrei Tarkovsky, 1962) :imdb:
1318.4 points, 4102 checks, official lists: 12
29 voters
AB537 (unranked>120)
beavis (#69)
connordenney (#52)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#112)
Fergenaprido (#8)
Gordon_Gekko (#179)
Gorro (#52)
hurluberlu (#15)
Ivan0716 (#93)
jeff_v (#188)
joachimt (#33)
kingink (#11)
klaus78 (#54)
Leopardi (#104)
Lonewolf2003 (#23)
maxwelldeux (#32)
Mifune (#20)
mightysparks (#15)
Panunzio (#36)
PeacefulAnarchy (#113)
perceval (#204)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
sebby (#76)
Smoover (#121)
St. Gloede (#121)
TalkingElvish (#34)
Torgo (#27)
toro913 (#113)
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#47 (--) Planet of the Apes (Franklin J. Schaffner, 1968) :imdb:
1319.64 points, 39859 checks, official lists: 17
27 voters
beasterne (#41)
blocho (unranked)
Carmel1379 (#54)
Ebbywebby (#144)
Fergenaprido (#120)
filmbantha (#12)
Gordon_Gekko (#94)
Gorro (#10)
GruesomeTwosome (#8)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
jeff_v (#98)
Jimi Antiloop (#9)
Lonewolf2003 (#72)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
mightysparks (#54)
Mysterious Dude (#31)
peeptoad (#51)
Perception de Ambiguity (#539)
psychotronicbeatnik (#6)
Rufus-T (#25)
sebby (#162)
Smoover (#40)
sol (#86)
Teproc (#29)
tommy_leazaq (#47)
toro913 (#92)
zzzorf (#60)
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Torgo wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 3:05 pm (I'm surprised myself that I have seen 5 Wakamatsu films to quite mixed viewing experiences; I'll just say that they're not usual #1 material for me :innocent: )
I've seen 33 now. It's a mixed bag alright, but if you have room for Jungle Book and Breakfast at Tiffany's, you should also be able to squeeze in Go, Go Second Time Virgin or Ecstasy of the Angels. He's one of the crucial figures in Japanese cinema of the 60s. In that sense, a cameo for Teruo Ishii would've been fair too.
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#46 (-9 #37) Cool Hand Luke (Stuart Rosenberg, 1967) :imdb:
1339.54 points, 20911 checks, official lists: 11
29 voters
blocho (unranked)
filmbantha (#14)
Gordon_Gekko (#79)
Gorro (#149)
GruesomeTwosome (#30)
jeff_v (#206)
joachimt (#66)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#110)
Leopardi (#31)
lineuphere (#175)
Lonewolf2003 (#32)
maxwelldeux (#37)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
Mysterious Dude (#123)
PeacefulAnarchy (#25)
peeptoad (#18)
Perception de Ambiguity (#529)
pitchorneirda (#60)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
Rufus-T (#27)
sebby (#18)
Smoover (#118)
sol (#110)
TalkingElvish (#61)
Teproc (#25)
toro913 (#26)
zomgmouse (#20)
zzzorf (#105)
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Onderhond wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 3:31 pm
Torgo wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 3:05 pm (I'm surprised myself that I have seen 5 Wakamatsu films to quite mixed viewing experiences; I'll just say that they're not usual #1 material for me :innocent: )
I've seen 33 now. It's a mixed bag alright, but if you have room for Jungle Book and Breakfast at Tiffany's, you should also be able to squeeze in Go, Go Second Time Virgin or Ecstasy of the Angels. He's one of the crucial figures in Japanese cinema of the 60s. In that sense, a cameo for Teruo Ishii would've been fair too.
Ecstasy of the Angels is from the 70s... Violent Virgin and Running in Madness, Dying in Love would have been my Wakamatsu-picks, but I did not submit a list this time.

Personal Japanese favourites from the 60s that most likely did not make the cut: one or two episodes from the Zatōichi-series, like Zatōichi's Cane Sword or Zatōichi and the Chest of Gold.
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#45 (22 #67) Night of the Living Dead (George A. Romero, 1968) :imdb:
1341.19 points, 26907 checks, official lists: 19
26 voters
1SO (#26)
AB537 (#70)
Caracortada (#99)
connordenney (#15)
filmbantha (#44)
Gordon_Gekko (unranked>200)
Gorro (#331)
GruesomeTwosome (#25)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
jeff_v (#91)
joachimt (unranked>131)
kingink (#7)
Leopardi (#24)
maxwelldeux (#13)
Mifune (#53)
Mysterious Dude (#34)
peeptoad (#6)
Perception de Ambiguity (#533)
psychotronicbeatnik (#8)
Rufus-T (#68)
sebby (#88)
sol (#113)
tommy_leazaq (#5)
TraverseTown (#41)
Wonderful Rainbow (#42)
zzzorf (#19)
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psychotronicbeatnik wrote: November 1st, 2020, 10:56 pm
Lonewolf2003 wrote: November 1st, 2020, 5:32 am Image

#192 (452 #644) Voyna i mir [War and Peace] (Sergey Bondarchuk, 1966) :imdb:
438.31 points, 989 checks, official lists: 8
9 voters
AB537 (#18)
beasterne (#27)
Caracortada (#98)
Gorro (#83)
jeff_v (#147)
kingink (#228)
lineuphere (#21)
Rufus-T (#2)
Smoover (#68)
I should have placed just one vote for this as a single film instead of the four individual ones which i ranked #1-4 on my list. A low finish for this epic of epics but at least it is here.
It really is an epic film. I caught it in a screening last year with all four parts shown, and I had to give it up for the sheer scope of the project. Glad to put it on my list :cheers:
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Y U M E wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 4:09 pm Ecstasy of the Angels is from the 70s... Violent Virgin and Running in Madness, Dying in Love would have been my Wakamatsu-picks, but I did to submit a list this time.
Ah yes, missed that it was early 70s. With you on Running in Madness, Dying in Love and Violent Virgin tough, also both 3.5* from me. Would've made fine entries.

Wakamatsu should be more famous by now. He even died and everything, but that didn't seem to help either. And they even made a film about him (and his studio) not too long ago. Maybe someone should email Criterion.
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#44 (-1 #43) Le mépris [Contempt] (Jean-Luc Godard, 1963) :imdb:
1347.14 points, 6104 checks, official lists: 16
26 voters
AB537 (#2)
beavis (#64)
Caracortada (#28)
Carmel1379 (#69)
connordenney (#45)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#31)
Gordon_Gekko (#103)
Gorro (#278)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#35)
joachimt (unranked>131)
kingink (#66)
klaus78 (#44)
lineuphere (#174)
Lonewolf2003 (#42)
Mifune (#63)
Opio (#51)
perceval (#85)
pitchorneirda (#3)
prodigalgodson (#7)
sebby (#38)
sol (#15)
St. Gloede (#5)
Teproc (#43)
toro913 (#100)
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#43 (3 #46) Nattvardsgästerna [Winter Light] (Ingmar Bergman, 1963) :imdb:
1348.35 points, 3542 checks, official lists: 10
28 voters
1SO (#100)
connordenney (#38)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#124)
Fergenaprido (#133)
Gordon_Gekko (#51)
Gorro (#28)
GruesomeTwosome (#12)
Jimi Antiloop (#18)
joachimt (#88)
kingink (#68)
Leopardi (#78)
Lonewolf2003 (#93)
maxwelldeux (#15)
Melvelet (#15)
Panunzio (#23)
Perception de Ambiguity (#419)
pitchorneirda (#54)
prodigalgodson (#22)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
sebby (#15)
Smoover (#108)
St. Gloede (#180)
tommy_leazaq (#77)
Torgo (#8)
toro913 (#40)
zomgmouse (unranked>23)
zuma (#80)
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#254

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How am I the highest voter for a Bergman film :mw_confused:

His masterpiece imo
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I just watched Winter Light and Through a Glass Darkly last month specifically for this poll. Both were good, but not great, imo. I've now seen 7 Bergmans, and The Seventh Seal is still my favourite, followed probably by The Virgin Spring.
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#42 (-7 #35) Z (Costa-Gavras, 1969) :imdb:
1370.6 points, 4356 checks, official lists: 17
25 voters
1SO (#59)
blocho (unranked)
Ebbywebby (#30)
filmbantha (#50)
Gordon_Gekko (#5)
Gorro (#326)
gromit82 (#16)
Ivan0716 (#162)
jeff_v (#84)
joachimt (#123)
kingink (#15)
klaus78 (#82)
lineuphere (#71)
maxwelldeux (#14)
Mifune (#21)
Mysterious Dude (#3)
Panunzio (#5)
PeacefulAnarchy (#33)
Rufus-T (#93)
sebby (#99)
sol (#72)
St. Gloede (#20)
TalkingElvish (#59)
tommy_leazaq (#38)
toro913 (#24)
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sol wrote: November 1st, 2020, 2:27 am While this is easier to scroll through, the results are somewhat less enticing without working screenshots. :think: Is it just me? Viewing this thread on Chrome.
Screenshot is not showing for me on Chrome either, but showing on Firefox.
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Rufus-T wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 5:20 pm
sol wrote: November 1st, 2020, 2:27 am While this is easier to scroll through, the results are somewhat less enticing without working screenshots. :think: Is it just me? Viewing this thread on Chrome.
Screenshot is not showing for me on Chrome either, but showing on Firefox.
Guys. It's the security thingy.
PA explained it over there for the <400 results, here's the post for you - will make pictures work again.
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#41 (32 #73) The Innocents (Jack Clayton, 1961) :imdb:
1394.62 points, 4713 checks, official lists: 11
33 voters
AB537 (unranked>120)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#86)
Carmel1379 (#152)
Cocoa (unranked>50)
Ebbywebby (#45)
Gordon_Gekko (#84)
Gorro (#147)
GruesomeTwosome (#11)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#137)
jeff_v (#42)
joachimt (unranked>131)
kingink (#146)
klaus78 (#71)
Leopardi (#103)
Lonewolf2003 (#62)
Melvelet (#22)
Mifune (#24)
Mysterious Dude (#74)
Panunzio (#44)
peeptoad (unranked>57)
perceval (#45)
rnilsson19 (#63)
Rufus-T (#51)
sebby (#17)
sol (#106)
St. Gloede (#81)
TalkingElvish (#19)
tommy_leazaq (#19)
toro913 (#145)
TraverseTown (#33)
zzzorf (#54)
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#40 (-13 #27) The Birds (Alfred Hitchcock, 1963) :imdb:
1411.68 points, 37600 checks, official lists: 18
28 voters
1SO (#13)
AB537 (#10)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#8)
Carmel1379 (#73)
Cocoa (#35)
connordenney (#5)
Gordon_Gekko (#57)
Gorro (#39)
GruesomeTwosome (#18)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
jeff_v (#73)
joachimt (unranked>131)
Leopardi (#117)
lineuphere (#22)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
Mysterious Dude (#39)
Panunzio (#43)
peeptoad (unranked>57)
Perception de Ambiguity (#519)
perceval (#185)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
Rufus-T (#98)
sebby (#23)
Smoover (#85)
tommy_leazaq (#3)
Wonderful Rainbow (#46)
zzzorf (#58)
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#39 (2 #41) Playtime (Jacques Tati, 1967) :imdb:
1418.46 points, 5068 checks, official lists: 18
23 voters
1SO (#79)
AB537 (unranked>120)
beasterne (#1)
beavis (#21)
Carmel1379 (#56)
Dolwphin (#3)
Ebbywebby (#25)
Gordon_Gekko (#157)
Gorro (#18)
joachimt (#42)
Leopardi (#134)
lineuphere (#57)
Mysterious Dude (#51)
Panunzio (#15)
Perception de Ambiguity (#546)
perceval (#58)
prodigalgodson (#48)
sol (#19)
TalkingElvish (#4)
tommy_leazaq (#20)
toro913 (#2)
Wonderful Rainbow (#1)
zomgmouse (#8)
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5 top 5 votes for Playtime :0
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Torgo wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 3:05 pm (I'm surprised myself that I have seen 5 Wakamatsu films to quite mixed viewing experiences; I'll just say that they're not usual #1 material for me :innocent: )
Hot take: Wakamatsu's best work is better than Kurosawa's best work.

Agreed on Winter Light.
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#38 (38 #76) Ma nuit chez Maud [My Night at Maud's] (Éric Rohmer, 1969) :imdb:
1436.65 points, 2500 checks, official lists: 13
30 voters
AB537 (#111)
beavis (#2)
Caracortada (#24)
connordenney (#36)
Ebbywebby (#161)
filmbantha (#69)
Gordon_Gekko (#48)
Gorro (#120)
gromit82 (#35)
hurluberlu (#6)
Ivan0716 (#76)
jeff_v (#23)
joachimt (unranked>131)
kingink (#122)
klaus78 (#78)
lineuphere (#39)
maxwelldeux (#11)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
mightysparks (#40)
Opio (#50)
Panunzio (#56)
PeacefulAnarchy (#50)
Perception de Ambiguity (#207)
pitchorneirda (#19)
prodigalgodson (#53)
sebby (#81)
St. Gloede (#146)
TalkingElvish (#38)
toro913 (#35)
zuma (#33)
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prodigalgodson wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 6:30 pm Hot take: Wakamatsu's best work is better than Kurosawa's best work.
Yes excuse me?, I COULDN'T HEAR YOU!

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#37 (16 #53) Au hasard Balthazar (Robert Bresson, 1966) :imdb:
1476.96 points, 4003 checks, official lists: 17
25 voters
1SO (#18)
Carmel1379 (#3)
connordenney (#6)
Dolwphin (#5)
Ebbywebby (#19)
Gordon_Gekko (#93)
Gorro (#19)
Ivan0716 (#26)
jeff_v (#61)
joachimt (unranked>131)
kingink (#207)
Leopardi (#53)
lineuphere (#37)
Lonewolf2003 (#3)
Opio (#38)
PeacefulAnarchy (#143)
perceval (#30)
prodigalgodson (#11)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
sebby (#96)
Smoover (#57)
St. Gloede (#27)
Teproc (#14)
Torgo (#17)
toro913 (#91)
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#36 (119 #155) Spalovac mrtvol [The Cremator] (Juraj Herz, 1969) :imdb:
1487.76 points, 1333 checks, official lists: 8
28 voters
AB537 (#86)
Carmel1379 (#52)
Ebbywebby (#18)
filmbantha (#59)
Gordon_Gekko (#36)
Gorro (#30)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#30)
jeff_v (#227)
joachimt (#96)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#290)
klaus78 (#45)
Lonewolf2003 (unranked>112)
Melvelet (#24)
Mysterious Dude (#28)
Panunzio (#20)
PeacefulAnarchy (#149)
peeptoad (#22)
Perception de Ambiguity (#176)
perceval (#42)
Rufus-T (#14)
Smoover (#29)
sol (#3)
St. Gloede (#42)
tommy_leazaq (#16)
toro913 (#42)
zuma (#32)
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#35 (-18 #17) À bout de souffle [Breathless] (Jean-Luc Godard, 1960) :imdb:
1500.24 points, 15253 checks, official lists: 27
29 voters
AB537 (#34)
Caracortada (#34)
Carmel1379 (#82)
connordenney (#2)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#13)
Gordon_Gekko (unranked>200)
Gorro (#41)
GruesomeTwosome (#28)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#119)
joachimt (#127)
kingink (#4)
klaus78 (#33)
Leopardi (#79)
lineuphere (#192)
Lonewolf2003 (#30)
maxwelldeux (unranked>43)
Melvelet (#46)
Mysterious Dude (#2)
Opio (#79)
Panunzio (#78)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
Rufus-T (#42)
sebby (#26)
TalkingElvish (#37)
toro913 (#4)
zomgmouse (unranked>23)
zzzorf (#111)
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#34 (-11 #23) L'armée des ombres [Army of Shadows] (Jean-Pierre Melville, 1969) :imdb:
1512.74 points, 3786 checks, official lists: 17
27 voters
AB537 (#15)
beasterne (#22)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#81)
Carmel1379 (#36)
Gordon_Gekko (#92)
Gorro (#53)
hurluberlu (#4)
Ivan0716 (#15)
jeff_v (#26)
joachimt (#128)
kingink (#288)
klaus78 (#59)
Lonewolf2003 (#33)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
Mifune (#34)
mightysparks (#66)
Mysterious Dude (#67)
Panunzio (#3)
PeacefulAnarchy (#34)
Perception de Ambiguity (#545)
sebby (#21)
St. Gloede (#12)
Teproc (#16)
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#33 (1 #34) Onibaba (Kaneto Shindô, 1964) :imdb:
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#32 (23 #55) Bonnie and Clyde (Arthur Penn, 1967) :imdb:
1557.44 points, 23111 checks, official lists: 29
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#31 (2 #33) Belle de jour (Luis Buñuel, 1967) :imdb:
1557.83 points, 7738 checks, official lists: 20
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#30 (28 #58) La dolce vita (Federico Fellini, 1960) :imdb:
1584.8 points, 12840 checks, official lists: 19
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prodigalgodson wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 6:30 pm
Torgo wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 3:05 pm (I'm surprised myself that I have seen 5 Wakamatsu films to quite mixed viewing experiences; I'll just say that they're not usual #1 material for me :innocent: )
Hot take: Wakamatsu's best work is better than Kurosawa's best work.
I'll drink to that.
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#29 (61 #90) Seconds (John Frankenheimer, 1966) :imdb:
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#28 (-3 #25) Blowup (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1966) :imdb:
1603.07 points, 10695 checks, official lists: 18
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#27 (3 #30) Ningen no jôken [The Human Condition III: A Soldier's Prayer] (Masaki Kobayashi, 1961) :imdb:
1604.52 points, 1369 checks, official lists: 7
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#26 (-7 #19) La jetée (Chris Marker, 1962) :imdb:
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#25 (24 #49) Jungfrukällan [The Virgin Spring] (Ingmar Bergman, 1960) :imdb:
1636.2 points, 4344 checks, official lists: 9
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#24 (-2 #22) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Mike Nichols, 1966) :imdb:
1742.33 points, 12317 checks, official lists: 16
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