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9. The Cameraman – Edward Sedgwick (1928)

First Viewing.

An amazing piece of pure cinema. Buster Keaton is magical as he drifts through 1920s New York City. He captures everything that makes a person fall in love with silent cinema. Some movies are truly great, but it’s hard to actively love them beyond their artistic form, this, on the other hand, is enjoyable and close to celluloid perfection. It’s a film that’s beyond critique.

Marks out of ten – Ten

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