das boot, raging bull, bridge on the river kwai, field of dreams, bonnie and clyde, chinatown, network, the searchers, the graduate, on the waterfront, citizen kane, dr. strangelove, a streetcar named desire, schindler's list, apocalypse now, it's a wonderful life, 2001-a space odyssey, casablanca, midnight cowboy, gone with the wind, taxi driver, vertigo, sunset boulevard, there will be blood, goodfellas, butch cassidy and the sundance kid, psycho, lord of the rings (all), godfather (and part ii), annie hall, the treasure of the sierra madre, all the presidents men, in the heat of the night, unforgiven, the wild bunch, the heiress, the apartment, das kabinett des doktor caligari, the best years of our lives, dr. zhivago, stagecoach, la dolce vita
Who are your favorite stars?
james stewart, john wayne, olivia de havilland, vivien leigh, marlon brando, groucho marx, henry fonda, william holden, lauren bacall, jack lemmon, robert redford, marcello mastraionni, robert duvall, faye dunaway, jack nicholson, robert de niro, al pacino, charlton heston, janet leigh, orson welles, julie christie, omar sharif, peter o'toole, alec guiness, grace kelly, clint eastowood, paul newman
Who are your favorite directors?
stanley kubrick, john ford, orson welles, david lean, alfred hitchcock, roman polanski, martin scorsese, francis coppolla, william wyler, billy wilder
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
i'm 20 years old and studying politics at the university at nottingham, i play sport including football and cricket. i also play the guitar and i enjoy all kinds of music (apart from heavy metal).
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