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If you don't mind anime films give "Grave of the Fireflys" a try as well...it's also a WW2 film but from a different perspective we don't often hear from.
Battle Royale! The original Hunger Games
I was gonna say that. Great movie!
Very hard to single out one - quite a few come up in mind:<br />
Italian : The Bicycle Thief, La Strada, 8½, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow<br />
Japanese : Rashomon, Seven Samurai, Yojimbo<br />
European: Through a Glass Darkly, Madame Rosa, Mephisto, The Tin Drum, Journey of Hope, No Man's Land
The Swedish Millennium Trilogy
the kite runner
La Chamade, 1968 French film.<br />
I love it because it explores the complex feelings and insecurities and occurrences that surround a love triangle between a young woman, her older boyfriend, and the younger lover he "gifts" to her. The way the film explores emotion is just phenomenal.
is that the french one where its brother and sister and they become a 3some with another guy? very weird
No, they aren't brother and sister... sounds like you found a weird movie. lol
Once Upon A Time In The West.
The Hunger Games... <br />
Lol the only good films the British made were the Harry Potters.... okay that might have been a lie....
This is England. Lock stock & Two Smoking Barrels. Trainspotting. ******. The Kings Speech. Tinker Tailor. Bond. I'd go so far as to say the Batman franchise is British, considering it has a British Director and a largely British cast.
I hated the Kings Speech... got well bored.... Bond is alright I guess... BATMAN IS EPIC :D The Lord of the Rings i basically british seeing as JRR Tolkien was a Brit
Martyrs or La Haine. Both French.
do anime movies count?