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Also, The Works, of, David Firth, Don Hertzfield and Bill Plympton are worth viewing.
this list covers ALL genres from horror to comedy, sci-fi to kids and a bit of everything in between. Some brilliant foerign films are here as well as some hollywood blockbusters, and some I guarentee you have not seen.
there are also some shorts included in this list, mostly animation. which if you cn track down and watch are well worth it.
not in any ranking order, I typed them aphabetically but more have been added to it since so it is in no order at all really.
Swordsmen of the Passes (2003)
This series from china is one of the best television series ever produced.
each movie length episode reflects on the story of a a different "swordsman" and tells his tale.
set in period ancient china each episode gives a feel of a big budget movie, the visuals are unparalleled, no expense has been spared recreating ancient china, the sets and scenery are breathtaking, and the story lines and acting are of the highest quality.
this series was shown on Australian television on SBS and for the few of us fortunate to see it, they were a must watch.
unfortunately there is very little information out there on this series, and it is almost impossible to source.
medieval warrior protects a little polish village from robbers
The story is set in the Middle Ages. On a small mountain village of robbers attacked. After a brief struggle the peasants take pigs - their greatest treasure. In the village there is the Knight. His armor is covered with frost, and he gives no sign of life. The peasants want to rob him, but it turns out that the stranger dead. On learning what had happened in the village, Knight urged the peasants to the common pursuit of the attackers. His henchman is cock-swineherd, a local fool. After a long, arduous journey among the snows, the peasants catching robbers. . .
Loved this movie, surreal, and different.
very little dialog in this movie, just adds to the atmosphere