Essential Art House: Volume II
In Camus Oscar winner, the classic Greek myth becomes an eye popping, color drenched celebration of Rio De Janeiro's frenetic Carnival.
The 400 Blows
Truffaut's debut also introduced his longtime on screen surrogate and one of cinema's most iconic figures: Antonie Doinel, the ultimate lost boy.
An aging bureaucrat discovers he has advanced cancer and set out to change his life in what is perhaps Kurosawa's greatest statement on living and dying.
The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp
Powell and Pressburger's decades spanning Technicolor epic charts the life of a British soldier (Roger Livesey) as he proudly endures three wars and a sporadic romance with Deborah Kerr.
In George Bernard Shaw's quintessential rags to riches story, pompous professor Henry Higgins (Leslie Howard) attempts to transform Eliza Doolittle from cockney urchin to glamorous lady.
The cruel love between a strongman (Anthony Quinn) and a mute circus performer (Giulietta Masina) provides the heart and soul of Fellini's poignant Oscar winner, which brought the Italian maestro to an international audience.