The Arts & Faith Top 25 Films on Memory

The Arts & Faith Top 25 Films on Memory March 3, 2015

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The Arts & Faith community released its fifth Top 25 list today — and the theme this time is “Films on Memory”. You can get a sense of what the list is all about by reading this introductory essay by my friend Ryan Holt. As before, with our lists on divine comedies and films about marriage, I wrote two of the blurbs: one on Akira Kurosawa’s Rashômon (1950), in which I sneak in a reference to his later film Ikiru (1952); and another on Errol Morris’s The Thin Blue Line (1988).

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