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Kika by Pedro Almodóvar (1993)

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Bad Education -- From Roger Ebert: "This is a movie we are intended to wander around in. It begins in the present with a story about the past, presents that story as a film within the film, and then, if I am not mistaken, there is a paradoxical moment when the two categories leak into each other. It's like 'Citizen Kane,' where the memories of one character curiously contain the memories of another."

Leslie Cheung in "Farewell My Concubine" (1993)

Poster of the film "Le journal d'une femme de chamber" (Diary of a Chambermaid), 1964, directed by Luis Buñuel with Jeanne Moreau.

Trainspotting with Taxi Driver poster at that back. Can it get anymore awesome?

The Color Purple- amaaaazing! I can watch this movie a thousand times. I think I've seen it about 30 times seriously! Whoopi was spectacular! Oprah was amazing and you loved to hate Danny Glover!

Actress Kasi Lemmons begins her journey as a director and young Jurnee Smollett begins her journey as an actress as Eve (age 10) in this period piece. Eve's parents are married (Samuel L. Jackson, Lynn Whitfield), but when she sees dad sleeping with another woman, Eve has to reconcile that with her image of her father as a family man.