Month in Review: March 2012

1. Vivre Sa Vie

2. The Scent of Green Papaya

3. Perfect Blue

4. Pierrot le Fou

5. Tabu: A Story of the South Seas

6. My Man Godfrey (1936)

7. History is Made at Night

8. Un Chien Andalou

9. Godzilla (1954)

10. The Adventures of Tintin (2011)

11. Masculin FĂ©minin

12. Carnage (2011)

13. Belle de Jour

14. Children of Paradise

15. Indiscreet (1958)

16. Sweetie

17. Hugo

Rewatched:

Certified Copy

Citizen Kane

  • Whoa! I haven’t seen a whole bunch of those but it looks like a great month :). Campion, Godard AND Bunuel!

    Also I need to watch that Papaya movie.

    • Check out Vivre Sa Vie for sure. Also, Papaya is wonderful. I’d recommend it for a Vietnam CotR episode. I know Jhon hasn’t seen it yet.

      • I’ve seen Vivre Sa Vie multiple times. The ones I haven’t seen are some of the silly American films on your list :D. You know how I feel about those!

        • The newer American stuff probably isn’t your cup of tea, but you might like History is Made at Night. Have you seen any Borzage?

          • Only Moonrise (big screen et al) and it was amazing. I should definitely watch more.

  • I can’t believe before March you hadn’t seen movies like Vivre sa Vie and Un Chien Andalou. Interesting. I wonder what you thought of The Children of Paradise… I loved that movie.

    • Until recently, I’ve been at odds with Godard. Wasn’t until January that I started getting into his work and finally digging into his films.

      Un Chien Andalou has that scene, which I have seen a lot of times in film school, but I just couldn’t bring myself to see it again. I finally manned up and decided to see it. Interesting little piece of surrealism.

      • If you liked Un Chien Andalou, I recommend the 1930 follow-up, L’Age D’Or. It’s not quite as nonsensical as its predecessor, but is still very surrealist in style. I gave both films 10/10.