Late Monthly Round-Up: February 2011


This is a list of the films I saw in February of this year for the first time. There will be another one at the end of March. Starting in April, I hope to start a screening log, which will briefly state my feelings on the films seen in a very simplistic and to the point way.  In bold are the films that stood out to me the most from the bunch, so much so that the bold films I now consider amongst my very long list of favorites.

44. Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987, Malle)
45. La jetée (1962, Marker)
46. Look Back in Anger (1959, Richardson)
47. Centre Stage (1992, Kwan)
48. Lord of the Flies (1963, Brook)
49. The Housemaid (2011, Im)
50. Virgin Stripped Bare by her Bachelors (2000, Hong)
51. L’Eclisse (1962, Antonioni)
52. The Illusionist (2010, Chomet)
53. Flirting with Disaster (1996, Russell)
54. Greed (1924, von Stroheim)
55. Hunger (2008, McQueen)
56. A Short Film About Love (1988, Kieslowski)
57. Life is Beautiful (1998, Benigni)
58. Another Year (2010, Leigh)
59. Revanche (2009, Spielmann)
60. A Woman is a Woman (1961, Godard)
61. Bigger than Life (1956, Ray)
62. Dream Home (2011, Pang)
63. The Piano Teacher (2001, Haneke)
64. Summer Hours (2009, Assayas)
65. All the Real Girls (2001, Green)
66. Peppermint Candy (2000, Lee)
67. Violette Noziere (1978, Chabrol)
68. Oasis (2002, Lee)
69. Alien Space Avenger (1989, Haines)
70. Raise the Red Lantern (1991, Yimou)
71. Dogville (2003, von Trier)
72.  Mädchen in Uniform (1931, Sagan)
73. Homicide (1991, Mamet)
74.  La Cérémonie (1995, Chabrol)
75. To Live (1994, Yimou)
76. Shock Corridor (1963, Fuller)
77. Two-Faced Woman (1942, Cukor)
78. Two Weeks in Another Town (1962, Minnelli)

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