7 Great Films Under 85 Minutes

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Persona (1966) – 85 minutes

Ingmar Bergman's "Persona" is a visually striking exploration of identity and human connection, condensed into 85 minutes, showcasing the masterful interplay between Liv Ullmann and Bibi Andersson.

Woyzeck (1979) – 82 minutes

Werner Herzog's "Woyzeck" offers a concise yet powerful adaptation of Georg Büchner's play, with Klaus Kinski delivering a riveting performance as the tormented title character in this 82-minute cinematic gem.

Another Woman (1988) – 81 minutes

Woody Allen's introspective drama "Another Woman" navigates the complexities of self-discovery, featuring Gena Rowlands in a compelling lead role, all within a concise runtime of 81 minutes.

Following (1997) – 69 minutes

Christopher Nolan's debut feature, "Following," is a taut and stylish neo-noir thriller that captivates with its non-linear narrative and intricate plot, all within a brisk 69-minute duration.

Elephant (2003) – 81 minutes

Gus Van Sant's "Elephant" presents a thought-provoking exploration of a high school tragedy, unfolding in real-time over 81 minutes, offering a unique and immersive viewing experience.

Before Sunset (2004) – 80 minutes

Richard Linklater's "Before Sunset" is a romantic masterpiece that unfolds in real-time over 80 minutes, as Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy engage in captivating conversations, exploring love and missed opportunities.

The Girlfriend Experience (2009) – 77 minutes

Steven Soderbergh's "The Girlfriend Experience" delves into the world of high-end escorts, with Sasha Grey delivering a nuanced performance in this thought-provoking film within a concise 77-minute runtime.

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