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Old 01-10-2005, 14:30   #21
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Of the Poe films, the one which stands out most vividly (and, I guess, colourfully) in my mind is "The Tomb of Ligea".
Plus Mr. Price wears some truly, memorably odd sunglasses.
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Mario Bava's Blood and Black Lace - one of the murder scenes (the one in a white bathroom) was referenced by Scorsese in Kundun.

I'd add Picnic at Hanging Rock to this list as well.
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i didn't want to open a new thread for this...it's a little bit off-topic but i'll be glad if someone answered this.there's a FRENCH Martin Scorsese boxset of My Voyage To Italy AND A Personal Journey With Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, which you can see here Amazon France

my question is: is the english audio available on both docementries? if you scroll down it says "Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0)" but is that for both documentries? i've checked the indivisual releases but no info in there.

does anyone have this release? or anyone got a website that confirms this? i don't care if there's forced french subtitles.
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'Pierrot le feu' really deserves a mention as does something of Greenaway's, preferably 'A Zed and Two Noughts'.
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I'd also add:-
John Carpenter's The Fog (1979)
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All you folks out there thinking of adding your lists to this increasingly wayward thread: the definition is a 'masterful use of light and color.' This does not mean movies that are simply well photographed. I've seen car ads that are brilliantly photographed, Natasha Kaplinski looks ravishing, as does Alan Titchmarsh, but they are not in the Barry Lyndon class. So think about what is a genuinely creative, strategic or symbolic use of light and color rather than what merely looks sumptuous, pretty, in focus etc. The commentary to Point Blank, btw, is also very useful in this regard and maybe Boorman's pic deserves its place on someone's list, though obviously not mine.
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Them's big words for a listless, list-less man.
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nobody wants to answer my question?
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