Favorite Foreign Films

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  1. ISUCyclones2015

    ISUCyclones2015 Well-Known Member

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    Being in a Russian Film Study class this semester has really opened my eyes on Foreign Films. My favorites of the Semester have been

    Moscow Doesn't Believe In Tears
    Russian Ark (A movie with NO CUTS. Seriously they did a two hour movie without stopping the camera)
    The Italian
    The Barber of Siberia
    Ivan Vasilievich Changes His Occupation

    They are all actually fantastic movies and from Russia no less!

    So what are your favorite foreign films?
     
  2. weR138

    weR138 Well-Known Member

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    Das Boot
     
  3. colbycheese

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    Strange Brew
     
  4. Rabbuk

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    Seven Samurai, Yojimbo, My neighbor totoro, Sergio Leone movies(Not sure if they count as foreign),
     
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    Yojimbo is probably my second favorite foreign film.
     
  7. xboxfever

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    City of God.
     
  8. WhatchaGonnaDo

    WhatchaGonnaDo Well-Known Member

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    There's some pretty good German pr0n out there
     
  9. HoraceGrant

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    I will 2nd City of God, great flick. Pan's Labyrinth is also one of my personal faves.
     
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    Nueve Reinas - Awesome Argentina film
    pan's labyrinth - is good too
     
  12. IowaStateClones

    IowaStateClones Well-Known Member

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    Canadian Bacon
     
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    The original English (England) version of Death at a Funeral is hilarious also...
     
  15. brother bob

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    The Motorcycle Diaries

    My cousin, who grew up in Caracas, Venezuela, had me watch this when she was teaching me Spanish - I learned a lot of this language and also got a lot out of the movie...Great movie.
     
  16. TranCytive

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    Let the right one in.
    Pans labyrinth
     
  17. AuH2O

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    City of God - Might be my favorite movie of all-time, and certainly has my favorite protagonist of all-time in Knockout Ned.
     
  18. HFCS

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    mostly Italian…Cinema Paradiso, Il Postino, Malena, 8 1/2, La Dolce Vita

    but also some bizarre Japanese/asian stuff like The Audition and Old Boy

    Others noted the mind bloCity of God and some of the Miyazaki animated films that I love too. Nausicaa is less well known here than it is in Japan, but probably my favorite Miyazaki.
     
  19. jdoggivjc

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    The 51st State (UK/Canada) (a.k.a. Formula 51 in the States)
     
  20. Habla Con Ella/Talk to Her (Spanish)
    The Princess and the Warrior (German)
    The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Spanish)
    Persepolis (Iranian)
    City of Lost Children (French)
    La Haine/Hate (French)
    Delicatassen (French)
    All About My Mother (Spanish)
     

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