By Vitor Guima
What makes a movie beautiful? From a powerful story to impressive shots, cinema has many elements and is one of the most complex forms of art.
Keeping in mind how complex it is to call a movie “beautiful” – but this time considering the visuals of the film a bit more than the other elements – here is a selection of the most beautiful movies from the 1970s.
As always, many things interfere in the choice of the movies that are in this article, but memory and personal preferences are, as usual, the main factors. If you think any other movie should be on this list, please leave it as a recommendation in the comments section below.
The movies on this list are not ranked.
So, here are 10 amazing films from the 1970s:
10. Suspiria (1977; dir. Dario Argento)
This is truly one of the most visually amazing films and one of the best horror movies ever made.
Directed by Dario Argento, “Suspiria” follows the story of a girl who attends a very prestigious ballet academy in Germany. But when a series of murders start, she will realize something very sinister is happening in that place.
Impressive shots, amazing cinematography by Luciano Tovoli, and production design by Giuseppe Bassan help to create the somber and threatening atmosphere of this film.
Definitely a movie that every cinephile should check out.
9. Kings of the Road (1976; dir. Wim Wenders)
The two reasons why this is not Wim Wenders’ best film are 1.) “Paris, Texas” (1984) and 2.) “Wings of Desire” (1987), but it does not mean “Kings of the Road” is anything less than a masterpiece.
This road movie tells the story of a projection-equipment mechanic who travels in order to visit theatres. On the road, he meets → continue…
From:: Taste Of Cinema