Toplist and alphabetical overview

A list of my favourite films.
Lost Highway * David Lynch * 1997
π [Pi] * Darren Aronofsky * 1998
Twin Peaks – the first season special edition DVD * David Lynch * 1990/2002
Twin Peaks second series 1990/1 * David Lynch * 2007
(Frank Miller’s) Sin City * Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez (2005)
Delicatessen * Jean-Pierre Jeunet * 1991
Mulholland Dr. * David Lynch * 2001
Twin Peaks – Fire Walk With Me * David Lynch * 1992
INLAND EMPIRE * David Lynch * 2007
Eraserhead * David Lynch (1977/2000)
The Wrestler * Darren Aronofsky (2008)
The Fountain * Darren Aronofsky (2006)
Requiem For A Dream * Darren Aronofsky * 2000
Inception * Christopher Nolan (2010)
Carnivàle (series) season 2 * Daniel Knauf (2005)
Videodrome * David Cronenberg (1983)
Possession * Andrzej Zulawski (1981)
Il Divo * Paolo Sorrentino (2008)
White Lightnin’ * Dominic Murphey (2009)
Naked Lunch * David Cronenberg (1991)

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