3 things about Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s CEMETERY OF SPLENDOR

Cemetery of Splendor [2015]

1. Jen and the two dead princesses silently eat fruit together.
2. Paramecium.
3. She/he quietly ministers to the leg.

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3 things about Martin Campbell’s GOLDENEYE

GoldenEye [1995]

1. M prefers bourbon.
2. Sauna brawl.
3. “Don’t touch that! It’s my lunch.”

3 other things.

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3 things about Ridley Scott’s BLADE RUNNER

Blade Runner [1982]

1. He lives on the 97th floor.
2. “Wake up, it’s time to die!” His frontal lobe flattens.
3. Motionless beneath the sheet.

3 other things.

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3 things about Samuel Fuller’s THE BARON OF ARIZONA

The Baron of Arizona [1950]

1. “Who are you?”
“A wanderer like Cain looking for a woman of my own.”
2. An impromptu courtroom is quickly installed.
3. Silhouette of an empty noose.

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3 things about Jonathan Kaplan’s TRUCK TURNER

Truck Turner [1974]

1. “You want to find the rooster, you gotta check out the hens.” Outrageous Nichelle Nichols outfit.
2. Lovemaking cut short by cat.
3. Early appearance of the Spike Lee dolly shot.

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3 things about Guy Maddin’s THE SADDEST MUSIC IN THE WORLD

The Saddest Music in the World [2003]

1. “Spats? Would you call his hair slippery?”
2. His favorite song: “Skip to My Lou.”
3. A squeezebox that’s a vintage radio.

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Waking life.

“One day it will have to be officially admitted that what we have christened reality is an even greater illusion than the world of dreams.”

― Salvador Dalí

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