Memorable movie scene

Started by dsanchez, September 03, 2019, 23:30:45

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dsanchez

From And The Band Played On, a must-watch movie specially in these times of viruses...

"If you get this disease the chances are about a hundred percent that you are doing to die"

2019.06.08 Dublin
2019.07.04 Novi Sad
2019.07.17 Athens

MeltingMan


Quote from: O. CrookshankJudas was played by Michael Ansara-Barbara Eden's husband
« C'est un bourreau caché que notre ange gar-
dien, » a dit Musset, par une de ces divinations
confuses du génie, si admirables et si fréquentes dans Baudelaire.
(Comment on devient fée, érotique, p. 319.)

BiscuityBoyle

A famous bit from Guy Maddin's surrealist mocumentary My Winnipeg


BiscuityBoyle

An iconic moment from the seminal film that put Canada on the global cultural map


BiscuityBoyle

I mean, it was Glenn Gould who actually put Canada on the global cultural map but most people take the view of Vladimir Ashkenazy who said that GG was not from Canada but from outer space. Whereas I beg to differ and think that this wonderful film shows the richness of his relationship to his native city and country.


Edit: since this is the scene thread, I'll go for this one



Ulrich

Al Pacino turning 80 today.


It doesn't touch me at all...

BiscuityBoyle

One of the most engrossing and entertaining films I know


BiscuityBoyle


BiscuityBoyle

The painterly quality, the expressionist detail... simply outstanding.



Ulrich

Tonight on telly, but I own the dvd (and've seen it many times):


"What day is it?" - cracks me up, as currently I often do wonder...
It doesn't touch me at all...

BiscuityBoyle

When the Surrealists came to America to collaborate with local talent...


SueC

SueC is time travelling

MeltingMan

« C'est un bourreau caché que notre ange gar-
dien, » a dit Musset, par une de ces divinations
confuses du génie, si admirables et si fréquentes dans Baudelaire.
(Comment on devient fée, érotique, p. 319.)

Ulrich

Once again, it's not just the scene, the music (Ennio Morricone of course) gives me goose bumps or tears in my eyes (almost every time I hear it!):

It doesn't touch me at all...

MeltingMan

« C'est un bourreau caché que notre ange gar-
dien, » a dit Musset, par une de ces divinations
confuses du génie, si admirables et si fréquentes dans Baudelaire.
(Comment on devient fée, érotique, p. 319.)