Chasing the Sun: March Around the World 2019

Going to give it another (likely incomplete) go with Lise's "March Around the World" challenge this year, after enjoying the part of the 2017 challenge I completed immensely.

Lise's rules are quite simple:
1. Feature films only (over 60 minutes); no short films.
2. First-time viewings only; no re-watches.
3. One film must be from the featured country (this year, it's Russia).
4. Tag films with the "30 countries 2019" tag as well as the film's country.
5. Review the film at any time during the month of March.
6. Most importantly, forget the rules. Just watch some foreign films in March. Do log them though, and try to review.

Thanks to Lise for putting the challenge together yet again, and good luck and happy watching to all participants!

REVIEWS:
#1 - Burning (South Korea)
#2 - Climax (France)

NOTE: Countries are listed in the notes.

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  • Alps

    1

  • The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant

    2

  • The Black Stallion

    3

  • Burning

    4

  • By the Sea

    5

  • Chimes at Midnight

    6

  • Climax

    7

  • Come Drink with Me

    8

  • Death by Hanging

    9

  • Deep Crimson

    10

  • The Devils

    11

  • Dogville

    12

  • Dry Summer

    13

  • The Child

    14

  • Five Dolls for an August Moon

    15

  • The Holy Girl

    16

  • In the City of Sylvia

    17

  • Marketa Lazarová

    18

  • My Winnipeg

    19

  • Pather Panchali

    20

  • The Raid 2

    21

  • Revanche

    22

  • A River Called Titas

    23

  • Smiles of a Summer Night

    24

  • Stalker

    25

  • This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse

    26

  • Toni Erdmann

    27

  • Trances

    28

  • Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

    29

  • Where the Green Ants Dream

    30