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After the news a couple of weeks ago that Hitchcock's "Vertigo" dethroned Welles' "Citizen Kane" as the greatest film of all time in Sight & Sound's poll, the magazine has posted the complete list of critics' choices on its website. The list can be perused by critics' top 250 consensus, individual films and individual voters. Toh's Anne Thompson voted. Her list on the Sight & Sound website can be found here, and her Toh post on her choices (with Powell and Pressburger's "I Know Where I'm Going" in the top spot) can be found here. Check out Sight & Sound editor Nick James' comments on this year's changes to the list and voters here. »

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