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    10 Films Booed at Cannes That Every Cinephile Should See

    From Antonioni to Lynch and Gallo, these 10 films were booed at Cannes. But now we know better.

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    5 Cool Arthouse Classics That Influenced the Style and Substance of 'Mad Men'

    Matthew Weiner recently named the 10 films that inspired his AMC series. But here are five more that summon the time and place of 'Mad Men.'

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    Martin Scorsese's 39 Foreign Films to See Before You Die

    Let's appraise Martin Scorsese's list of 39 must-see classics of the arthouse.

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    Criterion Collection Classics Hit Fandor

    If you haven't yet checked out the streaming service Fandor, this is the perfect chance.

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    Watch: How 'Blow-Up,' 'The Conversation' and 'Blow Out' Form a Trilogy

    This elegant new video essay is a dream come true for any cinephile.

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    Antonioni's Stark Portrait of Haute-Bourgeois Boredom and Betrayal 'La Notte' Lives Again on Criterion Blu-Ray

    Could a film like "La Notte" ever exist today? What would it look like? Released in 1961, Michelangelo Antonioni's visually sleek modernist masterpiece features two international stars of considerable pedigree -- Marcello Mastroianni and Jeanne Moreau -- who talk, and also don't talk, about the unde...

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    25 Films About Lovers On The Lam

    “We can make it. We can make it if we run,” whispers Ruth (Rooney Mara) in David Lowery’s “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints,” which, after a limited release on Friday, begins its expansion this week. It’s a film we loved at Sundance, and one that in its gentle subversion of the “Lovers on the Run” subgenre—...

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