Continuing from yesterday's listing of "Allen Ginsberg's Top Ten films". We begin today with the very earliest that he cites, Sergei Eisenstein's 1925 Броненосец«Потемкин» Bronenosets Potyomkin (Battleship Potemkin)
The Franco-centric nature of Allen's choices we've remarked upon already - two Jean Cocteaus and two Marcel Carnés. This is the second one of Carné's, his classic 1938 film noir, Le Quai Des Brumes (Port of Shadows)
To conclude with two more closer-to-home. The first, Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie's "Pull My Daisy". We've spotlighted that Beat classic several times before- like here.
Here it is again:
and we've also spotlighted many times the extraordinary Harry Smith - (here, here, here, here, here and here, for example).
Here's Allen's final choice, his utterly remarkable Heaven and Earth Magic