Wednesday, December 22, 2021

My Top 10 Films of 1932

These are my Top 10 films of 1932, as requested by Jack Miller. Special mention for two Universal directors in their prime: Tod Browning for Freaks, and James Whale for The Old Dark House.

(10) Ootona no miru ehon: Umarete wa mita keredo [A Picture-Book for Grown-Ups: I Was Born, But...] [Yasujirō Ozu, 1932]

(9) Blonde Venus [Josef von Sternberg, 1932]

(8) Nasanu-naka [No Blood Relation] [Mikio Naruse, 1932]

(7) Fanny [Marcel Pagnol with Marc Allégret, 1932]

(6) Scarface [Howard Hawks, 1932]

(5) Shanghai Express [Josef von Sternberg, 1932]

(4) Trouble in Paradise [Ernst Lubitsch, 1932]


Vampyr: The Strange Adventure of Allan Gray [Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1932]


Boudu sauvé des eaux [Boudu Saved from the Waters] [Jean Renoir, 1932]

(1) La nuit du carrefour [Night at the Crossroads] [Jean Renoir, 1932]


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