Jim McBride’s reworking of the Godard classic was widely dismissed at the time, but can now be seen as an ahead-of-its-time study of pop culture and criminal cool.
Sergei Parajanov’s masterpiece remains one of the finest examples of pure cinema.
Aryan Kaganof’s bleak, uncompromising and experimental study of true crime confessions.
My second Jack the Zipper film to review (with one more to come), Xero confirms his place at the top of the current adult movie
Krzysztof Kieslowski’s cooler-than-cool trilogy exploring Liberty, Equality and Fraternity remains the most essential French film collection of the 1990s.
John Cassavetes’ first masterpiece is an almost unbearably study of middle-aged, middle-class desperation.