It’s Your Last Day for Free Criterions, Here’s What You Should Be Watching

Well folks, I hope you feasted yourself on Criterion Collection films this weekend, because today is the last day to gorge on wonderful cinema for free. And as it is technically a holiday, hopefully you’re home lounging around and can make up for lost time if you haven’t already been glued to your television for the past 72 hours. Personally, I spent the better half of the weekend falling deeply in love with Rainer Werner Fassbender and revisiting some old Bunuels. But on this last day of free movies, here are some more suggestions from 1970s German melodramas and avant-garde beauties to emotionally devastating American classics. Enjoy.

 

The Bitter Tears of Perta von Kant, Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1972)

Hotel Monterey, Chantal Ackerman (1972)

Opening Night, John Cassavetes (1977)

Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters, Paul Schrader (1985)

Sisters, Brian De Palma (1973)

Le Feu Follet, Louis Malle (1963)

Weekend, Jean-Luc Godard (1967)

Quadrophenia, Franc Roddam (1979)

Jules and Jim, Francois Truffaut (1962)

Eating Raoul, Paul Bartel (1982)

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