'The world in an hour and a half' jean-Luc Godard.
Its the one about the donkey. Its ownership passed through the hands of several owners- good, bad and indifferent. I tried and tried to get my mother interested in foreign language cinema, and this one she responded to- ecstatically.Aesthetically and stylistically this is his boldest film-Balthazar-named after one of the three wise menIt is one of the most mysteriously beautiful of all Bressons's films. Somehow lending the lightness of a child's parable of innocence and stoicism to a profound understanding of adult man's otherness, his inability to understand and project his failings onto others.