Eyes will roll, hearts will melt; just in time for Christmas.
Alfonso Cuarón’s Mexican rendition of Jules and Jim is as playful and politically scatterbrained as Truffaut’s Nouvelle Vague classic but has the raunchier upper hand.
Mulholland Drive is a haunting, selfish masterpiece that literalizes the theory of surrealism as perpetual dream state.
Catherine Breillat’s film is a startling vision of the prickly crawlspace between innocence and sexual awakening.
Warm Water Under a Red Bridge is Shohei Imamura’s delirious ode to the female orgasm.