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Be there! Immersive cinema
List creator: RWaller
Created on: January 5, 2004 - 2:49 AM PST
Description: These are sensuous films that you don't watch so much as live in. Not just movies with pretty scenery, these are genuine out-of-body experiences. (Suggestions are encouraged)

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Black Narcissus (Criterion Collection) (1947)
Not Rated
  Michael Powell: The wind in the Himalayas, whispering doom, the air always in hypnotic and menacing motion.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
  Kubrick: Outer space is clean, beautiful, big, and lonely. Or is it? Anyway, here you are.
Solaris (Criterion Collection) (1972)
  Tarkovsky: A cryptic ocean of plasma, contrasted with a lush "ocean" of life back on Earth. The original Russian film. Don't worry about when the story's going to start.
The French Connection (Collector's Edition) (1971)
  Friedkin: Pioneer location-filming masterpiece. Spectacular sound immerses you in the streets of New York.
Barry Lyndon (1975)
  Kubrick: Thackerey's story takes place in a huge living painting, of luscious colors.
Hatari! (1962)
Not Rated
  Howard Hawks: Lame story, dopey gags, tepid romance .. it doesnt matter, it's great to be in Tanzania with your best friends and Mancini's most thrilling music.
Akira Kurosawa's Dreams (1990)
  Kurosawa: His personal collection of private dreamscapes, plotless but enthralling.
The Shining (1980)
  Kubrick again: Forget Stephen King's novel and get lost in the endless corridors of the haunted resort.
Chushingura (1962)
Not Rated
  Hiroshi Inogaki: The sprawling epic story of the 47 Ronin, rich with detail and pageantry.
The Fifth Element (Ultimate Edition) (1997)
  Luc Besson: A Jack Vance SF novel come to full sprawling life, with glamorous aliens, a very busy future earth, and a spectacular resort.
Blade Runner (Director's Cut) (1982)
  Ridley Scott: large, dark and dense, the model for the currently fashionable antifuture.
Das Boot (Uncut Version) (Disc 1 of 2) (1981)
Not Rated
  Wolfgang Peterson: claustrophobia as an art form.
The Pillow Book (1996)
Not Rated
  Peter Greenaway: This is actually a placeholder for Prospero's Books, which isn't out on DVD, but it's pretty similar, multilayered, dense and image overloaded.
Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
  David Lean: "It's clean." Helped by eerie magnificent Maurice Jarre score.
Fellini Satyricon (1969)
  THE ultimate journey through Fellini-land! So engrossing you'll go there again and again.
The Scent of Green Papaya (1993)
Not Rated
  Maybe the ultimate example of This Sort of Thing. This is what "stopping to smell the roses" is about.
L'Avventura (Criterion Collection) (1960)
Not Rated
  Okay, so you may never figure out what you're doing here. That's life.
The Emerald Forest (1985)
  Go to the Edge of the World with the Invisible People.
Blue Crush (2002)
  Who cares if this is a silly lightweight story? you are INSIDE the TUBE! Fantastic dolby surf sound too.

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