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London Film Festival

BFI 57th London Film Festival (cont’d)


I have already seen the following this films that are playing at this year’s festival:

Like Father, Like Son (Hirokazu Kore-eda)

The Selfish Giant (Clio Barnard)

Here Be Dragons (Mark Cousins)

La Belle et la Bete (Jean Cocteau)

The Lusty Men (Nicholas Ray)

Model Shop (Jacques Demy)

Jenseits der Strasse (Leo Mittler)

The Last of the Unjust (Claude Lanzmann)

Manila in the Claws of Light (Lino Brocka)

Victim (Basil Dearden)

Borgman (Alex van Warmerdam)

Gluckskinder (Paul Martin)

Gaslight (Thorold Dickinson)

The Lady from Shanghai (Orson Welles)

Nine Lives (Arne Skouen)



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