In Claude Lelouch’s clever adventure, Jean-Louis Trintignant plays an escaped thief tracking down his hidden loot.
Barbet Schroeder’s debut is mostly a mess, but the Pink Floyd sound-track and Néstor Almendros photography add to this essay on European drug culture.
Easily the oddest work in Louis Malle’s oeuvre, with Jeanne Moreau and Brigitte Bardot as vaudevillians-cum-revolutionaries in 1907 America.
The Young Poisoner’s Handbook
A creepy little curio in which a teenage aspiring alchemist poisons his family and friends.
A companion piece to Elephant, here’s a stark portrayal (told as a video diary) of teenage alienation breeding a Columbine-like assault on a high school.