Friday, December 10, 2021

My Top 10 Films of 1978

A few eons ago I posted my Top 10 films from a variety of years across the history of cinema. Subjective, and always subject to change: by no means have I seen every movie ever made in every year. For the end of 2021 I'm going to revisit the exercise. I've reached out on social media to take requests for specific years. This first in the series serendipitously marks my year of birth, and comes via request by Nicky Otis Smith.

(10) The Last Waltz [Martin Scorsese, 1978]

(9) An Unmarried Woman [Paul Mazursky, 1978]

(8) Halloween [John Carpenter, 1978]

(7) Prova d'orchestra [Orchestra Rehearsal] [Federico Fellini, 1978]

(6) Burial Path [Stan Brakhage, 1978]

(5) Drunken Master [Yuen Woo-ping, 1978]

(4) American Boy: A Profile of — Steven Prince [Martin Scorsese, 1978]

(3) Höstsonaten [Autumn Sonata] [Ingmar Bergman, 1978]

(2) Girlfriends [Claudia Weill, 1978]

(1) Perceval le Gallois [Perceval the Welshman] [Éric Rohmer, 1978]


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