December 31st, 1969
A group of unique directors and the essential works that you've got to see.
For effortlessly being able to work at the top of the Hollywood A-list and go off on his own to make strange, experimental independent works
A twisted Python-esque take on Scientology, mental health and marriage, and Soderbergh's first true work of pure genius.
The best screen adaptation of an Elmore Leonard novel, and the film that started the most fruitful pairing in modern cinema.
The film that shows how vibrant a Hollywood film can be with a little independent spirit.
Recommended by EdwardHavens