François Truffaut created one of film’s greatest love triangles in his french new wave romantic drama. In the carefree days before World War I, introverted Austrian author Jules strikes up a friendship with the exuberant Frenchman Jim. Both men fall for the impulsive and beautiful Catherine, but it’s Jules who wins her hand. After the war, Jim discovers not only that his feelings for Catherine are unchanged, but also that they’re reciprocated.

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Shot in three-strip Technicolor, this is the best movie about ballet ever made and boasts some of the most beautiful images in cinema history. A young dancer must choose between her love for ballet and a handsome new suitor in this restored classic Technicolor masterpiece. 

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Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn dazzle in this Hitchcock-esque thriller that’s all fun and glam. A woman falls in love in the Swiss Alps, and returns to her home in Paris find her husband dead, and her lover’s story quickly changing as they’re hunted down for a fortune.

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Pittsburgh’s own Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron are all charm in this witty and sharp musical set in post-war Paris — shown in remarkable technicolor. Don’t miss this Oscar-winning film with dreamy settings and an iconic ballet dance number. 

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A classic “making it in the big city” story… but with Muppets! When the Muppets graduate from Danhurst College, they take their song-filled senior revue to NYC, only to learn that it isn’t easy to find a producer who’s willing to back a show starring a frog and a pig. Of course, they won’t take no for an answer and search the whole town for someone to take them to Broadway.

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It’s time to go sailing for adventure on the big blue wet thing with the muppets! Bask in the nostalgia of the retelling of Treasure Island featuring Kermit, Piggy, Gonzo, and the whole crew… plus the cruise rats. 20+ years later, this movie holds up as very funny and charming and stars Tim Curry as Long John John Silver!

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One night only! Fellini’s comedy follows newlyweds Wanda and Ivan Cavalli as they embark on their honeymoon in the big city of Rome.

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Masahiro Shinoda was a pioneer in Japanese new wave noirs, and he applies his mastery of mood and character to the yazuka genre in Pale Flower. When a gangster is released from prison, he tries to find his footing in the gambling underworld of his gang when he encounters a wealthy and beautiful thrill seeker who draws him into her web. Together and apart they enter a self-destructive spiral.

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Quirky and charming, Hold Me Back feels kind of like Japan’s equivalent of Amelie — perfectly blending the loneliness and hilarity of the human experience into an unforgettable energetic romantic comedy.

Mitsuko (played by Non) is 31, single, and leads a happy life with her own imaginary counselor. When a handsome salesman enters her world… love is throws a wrench in the peaceful and solitary life she’s crafted for herself.

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