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The Decalogue
The Decalogue (1998)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

[color=#ffffff]Krzysztof Kieslowski's brilliant ten-hour mosaic of characters in turmoil is touching, earth-shattering, and groundbreaking. It's composed of ten hour-long shorts that reflect the ethics of the Ten Commandments. Kieslowski and co-writer Krzysztof Piesiewicz master their material, and despite the long running time, the movie doesn't waste a single second; it's fascinating from start to finish.[/color]

Heat (1972)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

[color=white]Surprisingly enough, this is a very funny and insightful film. Even though it's a vehicle for Andy Warhol's troupe of amateur performers (Warhol himself had nothing to do with the writing and directing, so Paul Morrissey is allowed to give his characters more depth and clarity), it's a competent parody of "Sunset Boulevard," with crappy camerawork and sharp, deadpan dialogue that feels right at home alongside the early works of John Waters. Sylvia Miles, simply brilliant as a fading B-movie starlet, utters one of the funniest closing lines in movie history.[/color]