Top 30 European films of the 90s named

Critics of the publication Taste of Cinema have compiled their own list of the 30 best European films of the 90s.

As the compilers of the list note, in the 1980s, many classics of European cinema, whose work determined the development of Old World cinema for decades, finally faded into the background. And if we take into account the popularization of home video, which significantly influenced the film industry, then the cinema of the 90s can be called, without exaggeration, an era of greater change.

“The Girl from the Match Factory” (1990) by Aki Kaurismäki
“Enchanting Merry” (1991) Jacques Rivette
“The Double Life of Veronica” (1991) Krzysztof Kieślowski
“Europe” (1991) Lars von Trier
“Europe, Europe” (1990) Agnieszka Holland
“Nude” (1993) Mike Leigh
“Blue”, “White”, “Red” (1993-1995) Krzysztof Kieślowski
“Before the Rain” (1994) Milcho Manchevski
“Leon the Killer” (1994) Luc Besson
“The Postman” (1994) Michael Radford
“Wild Reed” (1994) André Techinet
“Ceremony” (1995) Claude Chabrol
“Hate” (1995) Mathieu Kassovitz
Breaking the Waves (1996) Lars von Trier
“Kolya” (1996) Jan Sverak
“Open Your Eyes” (1997) Alejandro Amenabar
“Good Job” (1999) Claire Denis
“Delicacies” (1991) Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Long Day’s End (1992) Terence Davies
Irma Vep (1996) Olivier Assayas
“Underground” (1995) Emir Kusturica
“All About My Mother” (1999) Pedro Almodovar
“Burnt by the Sun” (1996) Nikita Mikhalkov
“Eternity and a Day” (1998) Theo Angelopoulos
“Insomnia” (1997) Erik Skjoldbjerg
“Satanic Tango” (1994) Bela Tarr
Trainspotting (1996) Danny Boyle
“Run Lola Run” (1998) Tom Tykwer
Funny Games (1997) Michael Haneke
“Rosetta” (1999) Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne


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