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What is the most beautiful film?

Asked by flutherother (31063points) April 28th, 2015

As in visually attractive rather than the storyline or the acting. I just saw Renoir which was fabulous, every scene like a painting.

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ragingloli's avatar

Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro.
It was great.

Esedess's avatar

Planet Earth

ucme's avatar

Yellow Submarine

janbb's avatar

The Night of the Shooting Stars an Italian film by the Taviani brothers blew me away.

anniereborn's avatar

What Dreams May Come

Uasal's avatar

^ she read my mind with What Dreams May Come.

I’ll add in The Fountain.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

Crouching tiger hidden dragon
The bicycle thief
Honorable mention: Oblivion

fluthernutter's avatar

In The Mood for Love

downtide's avatar

@anniereborn I came here to say exactly these two.

stanleybmanly's avatar

the duellists

wildpotato's avatar

Song of the Sea
Waking Life
Princess Mononoke

Kardamom's avatar

I have several in mind.

The Girl with the Pearl Earring

The Emerald Forest

The Sound of Music

Mimishu1995's avatar

If no plot involves, then here’s my list.
– Road to Perdition (the story is also good though)
– Avatar (come and stay solely for the eyecandy. The plot is just lame).
– Tangled (another eyecandy).
– Titanic (not only eyecandy this time)

stanleybmanly's avatar

@Mimishu1995 I’m glad perdition made your list. It’s a beautiful film visually.

ibstubro's avatar

Crap. How can I be so late and so harmonious?
I had this, without reading up to.

DrasticDreamer's avatar

The Fall is visually stunning in parts and is really good.

The Tree of Life

Buttonstc's avatar

An American in Paris

What Dreams May Come


janbb's avatar

“Wild Strawberries” by Bergmann

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

Of the few Andrei Tarkovsky films I’ve seen, they are more visually beautiful than most others I have seen. Here is a clip from one. Nostalghia.

Pachy's avatar

Impossible to name one most beautiful film, but Lust for Life, an incredibly moving film about Vincent van Gogh, has to be on the list. Directed by Vincent Minnelli, its filled with scenes lit and posed like van Gogh paintings.

In fact, look at almost any Minnelli film including “Some Came Running,” “Gigi”, and as previously mentioned, “American in Paris.” His films were visual goldmines.

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