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Russian Ark (2002)
It’s a single, uncut steadicam shot going through the Russian Heritage museum. Sure, the concept is maybe a gimmick. But it’s amazing.
Woody Allen’s love letter to his favorite city in black and white ultra whidescreen is every bit as impactful as Allen’s own memory of the city as a child.
Citzen Kane (1941)
There may be nothing more emblematic of how to make a beautiful movie that Citizen Kane.