April 2020 in Films

It is the truth universally acknowledged that April 2020 flew by at the speed of light. March seemed interminably long, but I don’t even know where April went. I definitely watched less films in April, but I did watch some truly stunning ones. As always you can find the whole list, a breakdown by decade, and a few of my favorites after the cut.

  1. Coffee & Kareem
  2. Never Rarely Sometimes Always
  3. Blow The Man Down
  4. Tigertail
  5. Love Wedding Repeat
  6. LA Originals
  7. Hausu (House)
  8. Shitoyakana kedamono (The Graceful Brute)
  9. Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
  10. Ochazuke no aji (The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice)
  11. Konyaku yubiwa (Wedding Ring)
  12. Sergio (2020)
  13. Ukigumo (Floating Clouds)
  14. Eyes of Laura Mars
  15. Big Night
  16. Ugetsu monogatari
  17. Circus of Books
  18. Sanyangeui sigan (Time to Hunt)
  19. Extraction
  20. Ôsaka no yado (An Inn at Osaka)
  21. A Secret Love
  22. Maqbool
  23. Dangerous Lies

1880s: 0
1890s: 0
1900s: 0
1910s: 0
1920s: 1
1930s: 0
1940s: 0
1950s: 5
1960s: 1
1970s: 2
1980s: 0
1990s: 1
2000s: 1
2010s: 0
2020s: 12

Never Rarely Sometimes Always, 2020 (dir. Eliza Hittman)

Hausu (House), 1977 (dir. Nobuhiko Obayashi)

Shitoyakana kedamono (The Graceful Brute), 1962 (dir. Yûzô Kawashima)

Ochazuke no aji (The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice), 1952 (dir. Yasujirō Ozu)

Ukigumo (Floating Clouds), 1955 (dir. Mikio Naruse)

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