The White Ribbon (2009) – The Lowest Authority of Society

A well-crafted movie with great precision acting, slow-burn pace, black-and-white format, and Haneke’s complexity yet tragic human condition as its best.

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Cold War (2018) – Best Movie from the 1950s

Pawlikowski hits a timeless cinema in a modern-day era with so much pop culture, has capable, and a fascinating experience to watch this movie.

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The King (2019) – Throne

“The King” comes with a lot of expectations and hype but don’t expect too much from the theme.

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Harakiri (1962) – Death to Dishonor

“Harakiri” shows the pain of reality, harakiri culture, and Japanese culture into the minds of viewers, raising many questions while interpreting the symbol of the tradition.

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Chernobyl (2019) – The Worst Man-Made Catastrophe

“Chernobyl” is a miniseries about one of the worst events in history but explores in terms of humanity with such a big scale of the disaster.

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Barry Lyndon (1975) – Tragedy

“Barry Lyndon” is a fascinating piece, a masterfully crafted movie by the great directorial vision of Kubrick.

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