Post by therealcomicman117 on Jun 5, 2021 17:48:07 GMT
I'm a little late today, had a last-minute trip I had to take, but I'm now here. So far enjoying the list, my only complaint is that I wish the Elaine May movies had been higher, but hey at least they appeared on the list. Can't be dissatisfied about that.
Autumn Sonata (1978) Director: Ingmar Bergman 100 points from 9 ballots Highest Placement: #3 on 1 ballot
That #3 is mine. Bergman's movies can sometimes seem artificial and calculated, but the beauty of Autumn Sonata is its natural flow. Liv and Ingrid give GOAT performances, and the movie is one of the most devastating I've ever seen.
Days of Heaven (1978) Director: Terrence Malick 116 points from 9 ballots Highest Placement: #6 on 1 ballot
Yup, that #6 would be from MY ballot. Another one that should have been an EASY BP winner for '78. Barely misses my all-time Top 25 at #26, and is a strong candidate for the most visually breathtaking & beautiful film EVER, as well as the most haunting & unforgettable use of narration ever. RIP LINDA MANZ. 😥🙏
Through the darkness of future past The magician longs to see One chants out, between two worlds: "Fire Walk with Me"