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Old British Films, Boring? Pshaw!

The passage of time tends to make old films more interesting, such as these seven films of the late '40s and '50s from British directors John Boulting, Carol Reed, David Lean, Anthony Kimmins, Charles Frend, Guy Hamilton, and Leslie Norman.

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If You Believe That Bigger Is Better and Biggest Is Best, Then 'Doctor Zhivago' Is For You

Doctor Zhivago, almost pornographic in the way it pursues the beautiful image, stands on the other side of a vast chasm defining one era of film making from another.

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Essential Art House: Brief Encounter

No matter how exciting their meetings are, there’s always the looming train ride back to nonexistence.

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Hobson's Choice (Criterion Collection)

Director Lean toys with the audience’s expectations with regards to his well-established directorial style.

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Cinema Qua Non - Indispensable DVDs: Part 1

Day One - A trip back to the classic days of studio system Hollywood, complete with great musicals, amazing adventure yarns, and a couple of post-modern freak outs, just to keep things controversial and lively.

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A Passage To India

This is a solid throwback to an era where the scope and poetry of the eloquent imagery were the only things that mattered.

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Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

Illustrates the many complexities found in the relations between colonized and colonizer.

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