Shout out to the girl sitting next to me in theater who gave me a pack of tissues after it was over because I was crying
M is one of my all time favorites. I loved the direction in this film. The way it looks and feels is years ahead of its time.
The ending monologue is my favorite in film history. The way it tackles its theme are amazing and they’re still relevant today. It went out there trying some very hard and ambitious things and succeeded in all of them.
(Taken from a comment I made in a thread from >implying movies)