On Thu, 13 Oct 1994, Andy Miller wrote:
> And some more films I've seen in film classes:
> "The Last Laugh" (Murnau)
> "Nosferatu" (Murnau)
> "Intolerance" (Griffith)
> "Open City" (Rossellini)
> "8 1/2" (Fellini)
> "Othello" (Welles)
> All pretty extablished film-scholarship type films, but worth seeing.
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Nosferatu is really cool. I saw it a few years ago in a film class.
"The Bicycle Thief"
"Jules and Jim"
"Metropolis" (there are 2 or 3 versions of this available--one
completely silent and with no soundtrack, one silent with an incredibly
bad organ soundtrack, and one done about 15 years ago by Giorgio Moroder
completely revamped, spot colored and with a rock soundtrack featuring
Freddie Mercury and Bonnie Tyler among others.)