Lost in the Movies: #WatchlistScreenCaps, 1/23 - 2/1 (Sixties & Early Seventies edition)

#WatchlistScreenCaps, 1/23 - 2/1 (Sixties & Early Seventies edition)

Here are the last ten films I watched, with a screen-captured image and caption. Linked titles lead to my posts on that film. This time, all the films I watched were from 1965 to 1971, one of my favorite eras in film history (yet one which has been severely underrepresented in my viewing diary of the past year, hence this entry). Visit my #WatchlistScreenCaps archive for images from everything I've watched since February.

Bring two cups of coffee for the detective of emotions and the computer of neuroses
viewed January 23, 2014
Alphaville (1965), dir. Jean-Luc Godard

Reborn on a beach in the south of France, making up stories about the moon
viewed January 25, 2014
Pierrot le fou (1965), dir. Jean-Luc Godard

You can't be neutral on a moving train
viewed January 26, 2014
La Chinoise (1967), dir. Jean-Luc Godard

He's nervous about his future, she's tired of her past
viewed January 26, 2014
The Graduate (1967), dir. Mike Nichols

Hunting rats on the New York subway
viewed January 26, 2014
Midnight Cowboy (1969), dir. John Schlesinger

The pushers score in a Rolls and then roll out scored by "The Pusher"
viewed January 27, 2014
Easy Rider (1969), dir. Dennis Hopper

Making love at the picture window, for the benefit of the hidden camera across the street
viewed January 27, 2014
Hi, Mom! (1970), dir. Brian De Palma

Opens compellingly on campus, meanders midway in desert, soars w/ gorgeous & bizarre finale
viewed January 29, 2014
Zabriskie Point (1970), dir. Michelangelo Antonioni

Sometimes the moment of truth is also a moment of denial
viewed January 29, 2014
Five Easy Pieces (1970), dir. Bob Rafelson

"I'm laughing at clouds, so high up above! The sun's in my heart, and I'm reeeady for love..."
viewed February 1, 2014
A Clockwork Orange (1971), dir. Stanley Kubrick

#ViewedOnVHS: Biography - Martin Luther King, Jr. (1997) on 1/21

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