7 Great Films Under 90 Minutes

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My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

When you are feeling sad, a friendly spirit called Totoro may be the ideal companion. This Studio Ghibli movie explores the child-like wonder and imagination that become an important coping mechanism when you are dealing with grief stemming from a sick parent.

Punishment Park (1971)

A dangerous escape route that leads to death or imprisonment – which one would you choose? This pseudo-documentary film is set in the period leading up to the Vietnam War and is a commentary on the fate of anti-war activists.

Don Jon (2013)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt starred in and directed this film about a man who finds himself increasingly dependent on porn, which misinforms his expectations of how relationships ought to work.

A Coffee in Berlin (2012)

This German film explores the life of Niko, a university student whose hunt for coffee leads him on multiple adventures, including interactions with old friends and new, a tiff with his father, some new experiences, and a sense of belonging after feeling lost.

Monsoon Shootout (2013)

Amit Kumar directed this film about a greenhorn policeman who faces a crisis of conscience when confronted with the choice of shooting or letting get away a fleeing suspect.

Lucy (2014)

Luc Besson directed Scarlett Johansson in this film about a woman who turns the tables on her captors and ultimately becomes a skilled fighter in her own right.

One Cut Two Cut (2022)

Starring the internet sensation-turned-actor Danish Sait, this breezy comedy by Vamsidhar Bhogaraju follows a new schoolteacher whose first day at work is plagued by a takeover of the school by social media activists.

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