L'Eclisse (1962), Antonioni's sublime masterpiece of ennui; the stark B&W photography in this... is a tour de force, it underscores the Fellini line about how cinematography is the adjectives in the "movie sentence." I saw this on LaserDisc in the mid 90s, can't recall if it was Criterion or not, but it's potent images always stuck with me. Antonioni's work sometimes is like post-modern silent films

L'Eclisse (1962)

L’Eclisse, dir. Michelangelo Antonioni “It is the things, objects, and materials that have weight today.” (Michelangelo Antonioni) The Eclipse is a study of relationships.

J'ai Tué Ma Mère (I Killed My Mother - Canada)

Directed by Xavier Dolan. With Anne Dorval, Xavier Dolan, François Arnaud, Suzanne Clément. A semi-autobiographical story about Dolan as a young homosexual at odds with his mother./ [[ first movie I saw by/ with Dolan, and I was hooked.