The choice of a good movie is an art in its own.  Similar to the choice of a book, the movies we watch describe our personality, unconscious desires and admiration to the untouchable.

European cinema represents life as it is. It makes you listen, understand and observe life. French cinema is brutally honest and raw without holding much back.  Most Danish productions have similar character whereas the Spanish and German films have more ‘diplomatic’ approach to their audience. It is fair to say that my preferences are for deep, emotional dramas or psychological thrillers.

So if you are looking for cowboy, horror, action or comedy recommendation, I suggest that you skip this page.

My old time favourites are listed bellow. Of course, the list is not final…


  1. Tell No One
  2. Swimming Pool
  3. Hidden
  4. Three Colours: Red
  5. Breathless
  6. 22 Bullets
  7. Rust and Bones
  8. Cafe Del Flore
  9. The Past


  1. The Lives of Others
  2. When We Leave
  3. Soul Kitchen
  4. Head On
  5. The Edge Of Heaven


  1. Biutiful
  2. The Secret In Their Eyes
  3. Amores Perros
  4. Talk To Her
  5. Volver
  6. The Sea Inside
  7. Broken Embraces
  8. Bad Education


  1. Open Hearts
  2. After The Wedding
  3. A Royal Affair
  4. In A Better World
  5. The Hunt


  1. An Education
  2. Atonement
  3. The King’s Speech
  4. Shame
  5. Jane Eyer
  6. Vera Drake
  7. Anna Karenina


  1. Elegy
  2. Inception
  3. House of Sand And Fog
  4. Incendies
  5. Memoirs of A Geisha
  6. Shutter Island
  7. There Will Be Blood
  8. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
  9. Arbitrage
  10. The Shawshank Redemption
  11. The Green Mile
  12. Fracture
  13. The Hours
  14. A Beautiful Mind
  15. The Insider
  16. Revolutionary Road
  17. Black Swan
  18. Faithful
  19. The Game
  20. A Perfect Murder
  21. A Single Man
  22. The Silence of the Lambs
  23. Blue Jasmine