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1952

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LE PLAISIR (dir: Max Ophüls, Not Rated) – Bart says, "Max Ophuls = Master of the Moving Camera. This is what you learn in film studies classes, and, sure, it’s true. No matter which of his late-career masterpieces you watch, you’ll be blown away by how gracefully and beautifully and impressively a camera can be moved through a scene for long periods of time without cutting. But instead of watching bored aristocrats with their opulent and tragic romances (the subject of most of these movies), watch LE PLAISIR – because it’s fun! You get dance-happy septuagenarians, vacationing prostitutes, and bickering bohemians in lovely fin-de-siècle France. Bon vivant!"
IKIRU (dir: Akira Kurosawa, Not Rated) – Bart says, "I don't blame the world for remembering Kurosawa most fondly for his awesome samurai epics. However, this movie about a dying bureaucrat who builds a park gets my vote for the Master's finest achievement. I sure do cry big, happy tears whenever I watch it."
CASQUE D'OR  (dir: Jacques Becker, Not Rated)
FORBIDDEN GAMES (dir: René Clément, Not Rated)
HIGH NOON (dir: Fred Zinnemann, Not Rated)
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (dir: Anthony Asquith, Not Rated)

THE QUIET MAN (dir: John Ford, Not Rated)

SCARAMOUCHE (dir: George Sidney, Not Rated)
SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (dir: Stanley Donen / Gene Kelly, Not Rated)
UMBERTO D. (dir: Vittorio De Sica, Not Rated)
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