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VOTE: TOH! Best Foreign Films of All Time, Part Two: Post-1960

VOTE: TOH! Best Foreign Films of All Time, Part Two: Post-1960

We hope that you voted for your ten favorite foreign language films in our first, Pre-1960 poll. Here's Part Two–the Post-1960 list of fifteen of the best foreign films of all time. Your job: narrow that list down to ten.

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Blogger

The videos in the page is slowing down the page load, unless you have a faster internet connection its difficult try to reduce the size of the video frame. Nice list btw. check out Top Foreign Language Movies – Segment 1 at http://tad.co.in/?p=637

ai3@columbia.edu

A post-1960 list that includes not a single East European film is dubious. Nothing from Poland, which produced Polanski's "Knife in the Water" or Wajda's "Man of Marble"? What happened to Kieslowski's "Decalogue" or "Three Colors" (either "Blue," "White" or "Red")? For me, "Red" belongs on top of such a list. And no Russian films? How about "Come and See"?

joeS

There is only one choice – 8 1/2.

But, Pan's Labyrinth and Amelie?????????? There are literally DOZENS and DOZENS of better nominees. Make that Dozens OF Dozens……

Anne Thompson

"The Bicycle Thief" is on the pre-1960 list.

Marty s

What about Vittoria De Sica's THE BICYCE THEIF among the choices???

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