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yukiyuki

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  • Birthday 07/17/1980

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    Indonesia

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    Watching Movies
  • Favorite movies
    This Is Spinal Tap, the Decalogue, Hedwig and The Angry Inch
  • Favorite music
    Stephen Trask
  • Favorite creative writing
    Da VInce Code recently
  • Favorite visual art
    Chris Doyle's
  1. Hoop Dreams tops list 25 best docs

    Is Peter Watkins' Edvard Munch listed there?or any of his other movies?
  2. Funerals on film

    Patrice Chereau's Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train. John Cassavetes' Husbands
  3. The 1970s and Gangster Films

    What I Love (Not every movie is a gangster movie): - Killing of a Chinese Bookie (Cassavetes), and this could be considered as a gangster movie. - Opening Night (Cassavetes), it's more devastating than Sunset Boulevard - Woman Under the Influence (Cassavetes) - Ali Fear Eats the Soul (Fassbinder) - Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (Russ Meyer) - Celine and Julie Go Boating (Rivette) - Chloe in the Afternoon (Rohmer) - Fox and His Friend (Fassbinder) - Killer of Sheep (Charles Burnett) - Mikey & Nicky (Elaine May) - Minnie & Moskowitz (Cassavetes) - Pakeezah (Kamal Amrohi) - Phantom of Liberty (Bunuel) - Pink Flamingos - Scenes from a Marriage - Wanda (Barbara Loden) - Aguirre (Herzog) - Avanti! (Wilder) - Barry Lyndon - Claire's Knee - Conformist, The (Bertolucci) - Cries and Whispers (Bergman) - Day for Night (Truffaut) - Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Bunuel) - F For Fake (Welles) - Get Out Your Handkerchiefs (Bertrand Blier) - Grease - Harlan County, USA - Harold and Maude - Heat (Paul Morrissey) - Lady Snowblood (Toshiya FUjita), This is where Tarantino got his Kill Bill idea. - Land of Silence and Darkness (Herzog) - La Rupture (Chabrol) - Le Cercle Rouge (Melville) - Love in the Afternoon (Rohmer) - Marriage of Maria Braun, The (Fassbinder) - Mirror (Tarkovsky) - Monty Python and the Holy Grail - Picnic at Hanging Rock (Weir) - Rocky Horror Picture Show - That Obscure Object of Desire (Bunuel) - Trash (Paul Morrissey)
  4. Films About Divorce

    life after divorce: Barbara Loden's Wanda.
  5. Recommended Books on Film (Any Topic?)

    Thx for the recommendation, surely I'll check Drum's out soon. I haven't read Carney's C on C, but enjoy immensely his writings on his website about John, but strangely u love his Dreyer than his John, is it because he already talks too much about John?hehehe...And how about his Mike Leigh book?
  6. Recommended Books on Film (Any Topic?)

    no love for Ray Carney's book???I'm ordering his Dreyer book, can't wait.
  7. Avant-Garde Film, amazing

    I recently enjoy Bruce Conner's short movies.
  8. Favourite Quotes from Movies

    "How am I supposed to make any money without clean underwear?" - Paul Morrissey's Flesh.
  9. Movies We've Seen the Most Times

    Grease i think so
  10. Billy Wilder-directed films

    no love for Avanti!?
  11. the box in Belle de Jour the chicken in Los Olvidados the scorpion in L'age D'or
  12. best war and antiwar films

    my favorite so far is Elem Klimov's Come and See.
  13. El Topo, 1970 It tells about a cowboy who turns from a bad guy into a saint, with so many symbolism referring to Christian faith, this movie should be nominated at least. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067866/ Ebert's Review on El Topo
  14. Memorable villain deaths!

    The Thief death in The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover, continued with when the body eaten.
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