Well, cinematic memories are very important and I think the context of the viewing of a film is very important to appreciate it. The rest of my family, my brother was too to stay up until the third movie of the evening and he isn't as a cinephile as we are so is my mother. I'll always remember those evenings of watching movies with my dad, as long as I can remember we were fans of the Back to the Future the
Now you're thinking why does he talks about all those childish memories? First of all, I don't want to brag or anything but it's been three years since I haven't seen my father, it relieves me to talk about it, but mostly because my number one spot is Andrei Tarkovsky's Nostalghia.
Below you will find my long awaited Top 5 films of 1983, starting from number 5 to number 1, I will post reviews of these films each week before my birthday and the final review, the number 1 of this list Nostaghia, will be posted August 2, which is my birthday by the way.
The ones I want to see that may change the order of this list:
Zelig (Woody Allen)
L'argent (Robert Bresson)
Rumble Fish (Francis Ford Coppola)
The Right Stuff (Philip Kaufman)
Sans Soleil (Chris Marker)
Pauline à la plage (Eric Rohmer)
...and your suggestions for 1983!