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The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete (2013) Tough (1974) Something Wild (1961) The Butterfly Killers (1979) Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders (1970) Dope (2015) Middle of Nowhere (2012) The Invitation (2016) Top Of The Heap (1972) The Spook Who Sat By The Door (1973) Busting (1974) The Small Back Room (1949) 14 Hours (1951) Framed (1947) Fallen Angel (1945) Black Girl (1972) The Landlord (1970) Le Siege De L'ame (The Seat Of The Soul) (1997) Yeah, like trumpf, except nothing seems to embarrass his grumpy-looking orange-stuffed head and always-sagging face. Aw, screw it. I just assumed the link would be automatically clickable--duh, it's not. Anyway, the site's called Mobius Home Video Forum, and it's definitely worth going to. You have to type in the name of the site itself to go directly to it. Here's an excellent movie discussion board which is completely troll-free, and where one can have mature adult conversations about movies and TV (no bad language allowed.) They're been around a long time (since the pre-social media days) and are definitely worth checking out: Yeah,weird and fun movie, it's on the youtube,too. Anything by Maya Deren would be a great start----Meshes in the Afternoon & Rituals Of Transfigeration would be a great start. Also The Seashell and the Clergyman by Germaine Dulac. @jack Stop your damn whining about white men being so-called "victims" whenever it's pointed out that they dominate and discriminate against everyone else that isn't white and male. Because it's the truth---you just can't handle hearing it called out,that's all. Becaus men already dominate the film business,as anyone with a working brain knows. It's the norm,and barely 2 percent of directors are women. I meant to say that that the cute actor who co-starred in A to Z now stars in the new and funny Superstore sitcom. A To Z----nice little goofy and offbeat romance on NBC that got kicked to the curb before its only season was finished. The dude was starred mow stars on the new and funny Superstore sitcom. View all replies >