1. 'Forbrydelsens Element' (The Element of Crime), Lars von Trier (1984)

    — Why do you keep torturing yourself?

    — I have to! I believe in joy!


  2. 'Magic Magic', Sebastián Silva (2013)


  3. ‘Norte: Hangganan ng Kasaysayan’ (Norte, The End of History), Lav Diaz (2013)

    Truth is dead. So is meaning.


  4. ‘Masjävlar’ (Dalecarlians), Maria Blom (2004)


  5. 'Oh Boy' (A Coffee in Berlin), Jan Ole Gerster (2012)

    Do you know what it’s like… to have the feeling that all the people around you are honestly kind of weird? But when you think it over, then it becomes clear that the problem is with yourself.


  6. 'Yves Saint Laurent', Jalil Lespert (2014)

    Fashions fade, style is eternal.


  7. 'Citizen Kane', Orson Welles (1941)

    As Charles Foster Kane who owns eighty-two thousand, six hundred and thirty-four shares of public transit — you see, I do have a general idea of my holdings — I sympathize with you. Charles Foster Kane is a scoundrel. His paper should be run out of town. A committee should be formed to boycott him. You may, if you can form such a committee, put me down for a contribution of one thousand dollars.


  8. 'Málmhaus' (Metalhead), Ragnar Bragason (2013)


  9. 'Christiane F. — Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo', Uli Edel (1981)


  10. 'The Last King of Scotland', Kevin Macdonald (2006)

    You’re a child. You have the mind and ego of an angry, spoiled, uneducated child. And that’s what makes you so fucking scary.