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Deeply Moving
List creator: kian
Created on: July 23, 2004 - 11:43 PM PDT
Description: Films which affect me emotionally.

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Audition (1999)
Not Rated
  The slow revelation of pain in the fragile beginnings of a relationship founded on bad faith. In other words, lying to her and trying to get away with it because you suddenly, deeply love her. "Kitty, kitty, kitty..."
Lost Highway (1997)
  Possession, loss and guilt. This film obsessed me for years after first seeing it. "You'll never have me..."
Crash (1996)
Not Rated
  Often misunderstood and misjudged, I watched this film with openness and was deeply affected by the emotional and sexual exploration of the characters. The final scene honestly brings me to tears.
Dead Ringers (Criterion Collection) (1988)
  The unique loneliness and alienation only found in a close, suffocating relationship. The reflective, painful neediness and possession in a first love.
A Room with a View (1986)
Not Rated
  The simple, accidental beauty of love.
Nekromantik (1988)
Not Rated
  Profound in its near-perfect atmosphere of morbidity. An exceptional depiction of separation and loss between two people seemingly meant for each other.
Vivre Sa Vie (My Life to Live) (Criterion) (1962)
Not Rated
  The freedom of choice taken to a powerfully tragic end. Godard finds raw beauty in the abrupt detachment of the final scene.
Wild Strawberries (Criterion Collection) (1957)
  Regret and unconcealed resentment in the winter of life. Bergman?s depiction of cold, buried anger and the almost blank but deeply reflective faces of his actors is one of his masterful trademarks. Subtlety in drama at its near-definition.
Smiles of a Summer Night (1955)
  Not quite moving, but absolutely worth mentioning. Closer to "A Room With a View", on this list, this film captures the kindling of mutual feelings in all its tenderness.
Hour of the Wolf (1968)
Not Rated
  Haunted madness and the slow gulf of separation between two people, having lost the possibility of any real communication or understanding.
Winter Light (Criterion Collection) (1962)
  The reading of the letter, Ingrid Thulin's 'confession', filmed in one unbroken take is, for me, almost indescribable. The incredible nakedness of the human face -- it's very moving and ultimately futile.
Vertigo (Special Edition) (1958)
  A perfect double-feature with "Lost Highway".

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