Bernardo Bertolucci chooses his Top 10

1. La R├Ęgle du Jeu (Renoir, 1939) 2. Sansho Dayu (Mizoguchi, 1954) 3. Germany, Year Zero (Rossellini, 1947) 4. A Bout de Souffle (Godard, 1959) 5. Stagecoach (Ford, 1939) 6. Blue Velvet (Lynch, 1986) 7. City Lights (Chaplin, 1931) 8. Marnie (Hitchcock, 1964) 9. Accattone...

Top 10 Jean-Luc Godard Films

CLICK HERE to jump to the Top 10 Jean-Luc Godard: An Introduction Jean Luc Godard does things the way he wants them. He’s his own man. Nobody, not even his loyal audience sway him. He makes movies his way, no other way. Cinema meant so much to Godard, he viewed the course...