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The Criterion Collection

This March, we bring three new filmmakers to the collection —
idiosyncratic, daring directors every one: Nicholas Ray, with his 1950s suburban nightmare Bigger Than Life, starring James Mason; Marco Ferreri, whose Dillinger Is Dead, with the ever-charming Michel Piccoli, is all kinds of crazy; and Pedro Costa, an important name in contemporary cinema whose Fontainhas trilogy will introduce you to people, real and imagined, you’ll never forget.

Dillinger Is Dead was one very strange film — and this is me saying this, the guy who actually liked things like Themroc. I'm honestly surprised to see it show up in the Big C Catalog, but in a good way: it means they're not just throwing the same buckets down into the same wells.

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