1. 'Beginners', Mike Mills (2010)

    We didn’t go to this war. We didn’t have to hide to have sex. Our good fortune allowed us to feel a sadness that our parents didn’t have time for and a happiness that I never saw with them.


  2. 'A.C.O.D. (Adult Children of Divorce)’, Stu Zicherman (2013)


  3. 'Frank', Lenny Abrahamson (2014)


  4. 'Lawrence of Arabia', David Lean (1962)

    There’s nothing further here for a warrior. We drive bargains. Old men’s work. Young men make wars, and the virtues of war are the virtues of young men. Courage and hope for the future. Then old men make the peace. And the vices of peace are the vices of old men. Mistrust and caution. It must be so.


  5. 'Calvary', John Michael McDonagh (2014)

    I’ve always felt there’s something inherently psychopathic about joining the army in peace time, as far as I’m concerned people join the army to find out what its like to kill someone. I hardly think that’s an inclination that should be encouraged in modern society, do you?


  6. 'College Boy', directed by Xavier Dolan; performed by Indochine (2013)

    Watch it here.


  7. ‘Mannen Som Elsket Yngve’ (The Man Who Loved Yngve), Stian Kristiansen (2008)


  8. ‘Hodejegerne’ (Headhunters), Morten Tyldum (2011)

    My name is Roger Brown. I am 1.68m. And you know what? That is more than enough.


  9. 'Somewhere', Sofia Coppola (2010)


  10. 'Next Floor', Denis Villeneuve (2008)

    Watch it here.