Good Films, 90 Minutes or Less

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Autumn Sonata (1978)

Ingmar Bergman's poignant drama explores the complex relationship between a concert pianist mother and her estranged daughter, featuring powerful performances by Ingrid Bergman and Liv Ullmann.

The Blood of a Poet (1932)

Jean Cocteau's surrealist classic delves into the mind of an artist, blending dreamlike imagery and poetic symbolism to explore themes of creation and self-reflection.

Bullet Ballet (1998)

Shinya Tsukamoto's gritty, monochrome thriller follows a man's descent into Tokyo's underworld after his girlfriend's suicide, combining intense action with existential musings.

Closely Watched Trains (1966)

This Czechoslovakian coming-of-age story, directed by Jiří Menzel, humorously yet poignantly captures the life of a young train dispatcher during WWII.

Elegy to the Visitor from the Revolution (2011)

Lav Diaz's meditative short film reflects on the impact of history and revolution in the Philippines through a series of contemplative, black-and-white vignettes.

Persona (1966)

Ingmar Bergman's psychological masterpiece delves into the blurred identities of an actress who has stopped speaking and her nurse, offering a profound exploration of human connection and disintegration.

Before Sunset (2004)

Richard Linklater's romantic drama, the second in the "Before" trilogy, reunites Jesse and Celine for an intense, real-time conversation in Paris, capturing the passage of time and rekindled love.

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