What gives with the BFI Top 100? How in the heck can "The Third Man" be at No.1 and that pathetic piece of celluloid " Brief Encounter" be at No.2?
I just don't understand it. Are they locked in a time warp? Are they really saying that no
other film of a much better quality since 1949 has been made?
I actually think The Third Man and Brief encounter are crap. Both for their gross exaggerations and Brief Encounter makes East Enders seem plausible.
Is the BFI run by old duffers who use a magic lantern to view their films?
Is it any wonder that the British Film Industry is all but dead?
S'pose I'd best be off in case one of the old duffers decides to “...have me in a dither with his zither”,