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Billy Liar (British, 1963) Directed by John Schlesinger. The story of a charming compulsive liar.

Repulsion (British, 1965) Directed by Roman Polanski. The unraveling of a beautiful woman terrorized by sexual advances (both real and imagined) from men. Freudian imagery persists throughout this dark classic.

Peeping Tom (British, 1960) Directed by Michael Powell. The protagonist's contraption for killing his victims is particularly disturbing.

Hunger (British, 2008) Directed by Steve McQueen. Another disturbing film about Bobby Sands, leader of the second IRA hunger strike.

performance 1968 uk crime wth a freudian twist - dir. donald cammel rip & nic roeg who fell to wth bowie,,,wth Fox & Jagger n pallenberg - 60;s gangster meets pop star with unpredctable outcome x love

Overlord (British, 1975) Directed by Stuart Cooper. Cooper Seamlessly blends real war footage with a fictional narrative about a young soldier who has a premonition of his own death. Love the Robert Capa references.

when i saw this, i knew my mom was right: twins are fucked.