10 Movies I Wish More Listologists Would See

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  • Orpheus (1949, dir. Jean Cocteau)
  • Late Spring (1949, dir. Yasujiro Ozu)
  • A Matter Of Life And Death (1946, dir. Powell/Pressburger)
  • Human Condition I: No Greater Love (1959, dir. Masaki Kobayashi)
  • The Bad Sleep Well (1960, dir. Akira Kurosawa)
  • Lord Love A Duck (1966, dir. George Axelrod)
  • Two English Girls (1972, dir. Fran├žois Truffaut)
  • Tampopo (1985, dir. Juzo Itami)
  • Kikujiro (1999, dir. Takeshi Kitano)
  • The Twilight Samurai (2002, dir. Yoji Yamada)
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Featuring 60% Japanese content!

Yes, Japanese cinema is my favorite next to American cinema, but I've only just cracked its service in the last few months :-(

I'll add thsoe to my 'to see' lists, thanks.

Good list! I've heard of all except Two English Girls, but I've only seen A Matter of Life and Death and Lord Love A Duck, and both are awesome. I'll have to check out the rest.