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Re: Non-US movies
« Reply #30 on: October 06, 2018, 09:04:53 pm »
"Stalingrad"(2013) is a very nice German WWII movie. I could also recommend one Yugoslavian war movie "Lepa sela lepo gore"(1996).

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« Reply #31 on: October 07, 2018, 08:42:40 am »
Snatch - UK (one of my all time favorites)
Man of the East - Italian (Lots of good spaghetti westerns)
Seven Samurai - Japanese(obviously :tongue:)
Zwartboek - Dutch

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« Reply #32 on: October 07, 2018, 05:59:46 pm »
I dislike violent films and horror films (although do watch historically-accurate films, as I love history). I also avoid fast-action films, as I have trouble keeping up with the movement (and what good is a film if you cannot figure out what is going on?)

I prefer more slow-paced films:
My Queen Karo (2009)
Jongens (Boys) (2014) … especially loved the music in this

And I like kid’s films, innocent films – that you can just forget that the world exists for a bit:
In Oranje (2004)
Dolfje Weerwolfje (2011)

And one of my absolute favourites:
Oorlogswinter (Winter in Wartime) (2008)

If you like older films, good ones include
De Witte van Sachem (1980)
Twee vorstinnen en een vorst (1981)
Soldaat van oranje (1977). Be prepared for some very gruesome torture scenes, things I had to hide my eyes from. Historically accurate, which may or may not be an asset to the film.
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