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Political Flicks
List creator: csloan1
Created on: August 15, 2007 - 3:23 PM PDT
Description: Movies with politics, mostly good politics...

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The Battle of Algiers (Criterion Collection) (1966)
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Not Rated
  Maybe the finest revolutionary movie ever made
Fight Club (1999)
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  It seems a little fascist, but it's really not. Read the Review in Race Traitor #15, if you can.
Anarchism in America (1982)
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Not Rated
  The second film, 'The Free Voice of Labor: The Jewish Anarchists', is much better. The first movie kinda stinks and is full of Libertarians.
Burn! (1969)
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The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2006)
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La Haine (Criterion Collection) (1995)
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  One of the best movies ever.
If.... (Criterion Collection) (1968)
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  Based on Zero de Conduit by Jean Vigo
Human Resources (1999)
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Not Rated
Strike (1924)
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Not Rated
  Working Class insurrection!
Hotel Rwanda (2004)
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  A great film, the most politically astute moment is when Don Cheadle is talking to Nick Nolte at the bar in the hotel.
Battleship Potemkin (1925)
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Not Rated
Reds (Disc 1 of 2) (1981)
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V for Vendetta (Special Edition) (2006)
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  But Parliament blows up!... Yeah, okay, don't say anything.
The Circle (2000)
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Not Rated
  Iranian films are wonderful, both politically and cinematically. Panahi one of the best, and this might be his best.
Crimson Gold (2003)
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Not Rated
  ... but this a close second.
Salt of the Earth (1954)
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Matewan (1987)
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  A powerful working class-ic (ha ha...)!
Bread & Roses (2000)
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  Good, but not that great, Wind that Shakes the Barley and Tierra y Libertad are much better
Meantime (1981)
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Not Rated
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
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The Cyclist (1989)
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L'Atalante (1934)
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Not Rated
  I wish this was Zero de Conduit, but this is also a great film, if not as overtly anarchist as the former.
Heading South (2005)
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Not Rated
Made in Secret: The Story of the East Van Porn Collective (2005)
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Not Rated
  This movie ends with a spectacular example of the failures of consensus
Bandit Queen (1994)
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Malcolm X (1992)
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The House Is Black (1963)
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Not Rated
Ikiru (Criterion Collection) (1952)
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  Can you say 'alienation'?
Blue Collar (1978)
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  I can't believe this movie's out of print... this film is hilarious.
The Wind Will Carry Us (1999)
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Not Rated
  If only they had 'The Day I Became a Woman'... my favorite Kiarostami flick, and the best choice for this list (though all of his movies are political to some extent).
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Criterion Collection) (1972)
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  That truly discreet charm. Listen for mention of my favorite fake left guerrilas (and name of Current 93-esque band from the 90's), The Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus.

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