It also ranked within the top 10, and was the best ranked Italian movie, in the Sight & Sound critics’ poll in 1972, 1982, 2002, and 2012, and the directors’ poll in 1992, 2002, and 2012. Avanti Popolo was voted “Greatest Israeli Film of All Time” in a 2013 poll of 20 Israeli movie specialists by NRG Ma’ariv. Giv’at Halfon Eina Ona was voted “Favorite Israeli Film of All Time” in a 2004 poll by Ynet, the platform of the Israeli newspaper Yediot Ahronot.
Days of Being Wild (阿飛正傳; 1990) was voted the best Hong Kong film of all time with 16 votes in a 2010 poll of 37 critics organized by the Hong Kong Film Critics Society. Evdokia was voted the best Greek film of all time by members of the Greek Film Critics Association in 1986. O Drakos was voted one of the best Greek film of all time by members of the Greek Film Critics Association in 2006.
It was voted the most effective European movie of all time with 56 votes (tied with the German film Nosferatu) in a 1994 poll of 70 critics and movie historians organized by Cinemateca Portuguesa. It can be the only movie that ranked in the prime 10 of each Sight & Sound critics’ ballot.
It was the greatest foreign-language movie in BBC Culture’s 2018 ballot of 209 critics in 43 international locations. requested 279 Polish movie professionals (filmmakers, critics, and professors) to vote for the best films in 2015.
- A story of a girl tearing at the forces, actual and imagined, binding her in, Shirley is the rare biographical movie that really captures the spirit of a person’s life quite than literally dramatizing it.
- The movie is intense, scary, and shows us a descent into madness that you need to think Kubrick felt himself at instances.
- Perhaps the second most famous of Kubrick’s films, I do not assume I’ll ever have the ability to get the elevator stuffed with blood out of my thoughts.
The Commitments was voted one of the best Irish movie of all time in a 2005 Jameson Whiskey on-line poll of over 10,000 Irish folks. The Deers was voted one of the best Iranian movie of all time with 33 votes in a 2009 ballot of 92 critics organized by Iranian film journal Film. Children of Nature was voted the most effective Icelandic movie of all time in a Stockfish ballot of 12 film consultants.
Komisario Palmun erehdys was chosen as the best Finnish fictional movie of all time in a poll of forty eight critics by Yle in 2012. Autumn Ball was voted the best Estonian film of all time with 29 votes in a 2011 ballot of 33 film writers and film students organized by the Estonian Association of Film Journalists. Kevade (Spring, 1969) obtained first place in the Estonian characteristic movies Top Ten Poll in 2002 held by Estonian movie critics and journalists. The Firemen’s Ball was voted one of the best Czech-Slovak film of all time with 33 votes in a 2007 poll of fifty three experts (principally from the Czech Republic, but in addition from Slovakia and Poland) titled “Filmové dědictví česko-slovenské kinematografie”.
Nosferatu was voted one of the best European movie of all time with 56 votes (tied with the French movie The Rules of the Game) in a 1994 ballot of 70 critics and film historians organized by Cinemateca Portuguesa. Eliso was voted one of the best Georgian movie of all time in a critic ballot organized by Tbilisi Intermedia. The Rules of the Game was voted one of the best French film of all time with 15 votes in a 2012 ballot of 85 movie professionals carried out by Time Out Paris.