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Beauty and the Beast

Despite all the versions that have come after, Jean Cocteau's masterpiece remains the greatest: a rapturous, haunting evocation of love that exists beyond the natural world.

Censor

This eerie, atmospheric slow-burn was a standout 2021 genre film, playing out in gory fashion that would have made it public enemy #1 at the time it’s set.

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The Tales of Hoffmann

A dazzling 4K restoration of Powell and Pressburger's 1951 masterpiece that gloriously adapts Jacques Offenbach’s 1881 fantastic opera.

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Buck and the Preacher

Poitier made his remarkably assured directorial debut with this rollicking revisionist western, in which he acts alongside close-friend Harry Belafonte.

Khrustalyov, My Car!

Aleksei German’s jaw-dropping, hilarious, and harrowing masterpiece is in a league, form, and galaxy of its own, pulling on an increasingly outlandish surrealistic thread to unravel the truth of a demented historical reality.

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Edge of the City

Sensitively helmed by director Martin Ritt, this is a starkly realistic, path-breaking depiction of interracial friendship and union corruption.

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Boogie Nights

Paul Thomas Anderson's career kicked into high gear with his second film, a glorious and poignant paean to the extravagances of the 1970s set in the underground porn world of Los Angeles.

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Edge of the City

Sensitively helmed by director Martin Ritt, this is a starkly realistic, path-breaking depiction of interracial friendship and union corruption.

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Boogie Nights

Paul Thomas Anderson's career kicked into high gear with his second film, a glorious and poignant paean to the extravagances of the 1970s set in the underground porn world of Los Angeles.

Ivan the Terrible, Parts I & II

Cinema founding father Sergei Eisenstein’s final completed works form an historical diptych unprecedented in scale and visual audacity.

English