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Mr. Misanthrope
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re: Favorite foreign films
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Aguirre, the Wrath of God - Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski create a film of beauty, passion, and madness.
Well said. Probably top on my list.

Joan of Arc, absolutely.

The Battle Of Algiers
Run Lola, Run
Once Upon A Time In The West
Siege Of Jadotville
Das Boot

If British count, (it seems maybe they shouldn't?)
The Duelists,
Ridley Scott's debut. and,
Tunes Of Glory with John Mills and Obi-Wan.

Thinking about it, there's a decent number I've seen and enjoyed.

Good thread.


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crash1211
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re: Favorite foreign films
These are some that come to mind.

The Virgin Spring
The Seventh Seal
Das Boot
Rashomon
Seven Samurai
Downfall
Throne Of Blood
Yojimbo
The Magician


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MickeyLikesDags21
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re: Favorite foreign films
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The Raid 1 and 2
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
City of God


I don't really watch foreign films but I've seen these and damn they were awesome. This board turned me onto The Raid and man that was a trip.


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Skankhunt46
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re: Favorite foreign films
The Pusher series. Drug dealers in Copehagen story. The first and third are the best. Shutter. The thai horror movie. Mesrine double movie. Story of the man of a thousand faces bank robber and maximum security escape artist in France, US, and Canada. Carlos, about the legendary terrorist Carlos the Jackal player by Edgar Ramirez. Headhunterz, norwegian crime movie with Jamie Lanaster. Football Factory, hooligans.


saray
Member since May 2014
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re: Favorite foreign films
crimson rivers- scenery is spectacular very suspensful


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GreenRockTiger
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re: Favorite foreign films
Amelie
Like Water for Chocolate
The Secret of Roan Inish
And God Created Woman
The Seventh Seal


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VinegarStrokes
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re: Favorite foreign films
Parasite
Pans Labyrinth


tenderfoot tigah
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re: Favorite foreign films
I didn't see it mentioned. I prefer this to Seven Samurai.

Harakiri

1962 Film

Harakiri is a 1962 Japanese jidaigeki drama film directed by Masaki Kobayashi. The story takes place between 1619 and 1630 during the Edo period and the rule of the Tokugawa shogunate. It tells the story of Hanshiro Tsugumo, a warrior without a lord.


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LSUGent
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re: Favorite foreign films
The Raid and Raid 2 are some of the best action movies ever made

Cinema Paradiso is one of the best films ever made


88Wildcat
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re: Favorite foreign films
The Killer
Hard Boiled
A Bullet in the Head

And now moving on to the ones that don't explain my disappointment with John Woo's American films.

Z
Ran
anything direct by Sergio Leone that qualifies as "foreign."
The Harder They Come (it has subtitles, that counts right?)
Drunken Master



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Bamboozles
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re: Favorite foreign films
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Andhadhun


Oh hell yes, awesome flick. Apart from typical bollywood fare.


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