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Nuwan Sen's Top10

* 1953 :  Sixty years ago, a young princess was crowned the Queen of Great Britain, i.e. the reining Queen Elizabeth II. The same year Roman Holiday (1953) was released. Starring Audrey Hepburn & Gregory Peck, Roman Holiday, was a story about a young princess torn between her love for a commoner and her royal duties. Hepburn’s debut performance won her an Oscar.

* 1939 : The Second World War broke out in Europe, and Gone With The Wind (1939), a movie set during the American Civil War, one of the first shot in ‘Technicolor’, was released in the United States. It garnered ten Oscars, including one for Hattie McDaniel (for Best Supporting Actress) for her portrayal of Mammy, making her the first black American to win an Oscar.

* 1940 : The master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, released his first Hollywood venture, Rebecca (1940), based on Daphne Du Maurier’s gothic novel. This was the first and only Hitchcock film to bag an Oscar for Best Picture.

* 1971 : The controversial A Clockwork Orange (1971), introduced the ‘Dolby sound system’ to the world.

—– Check these out and many more, on my latest list titled ‘Why I Love …’, on IMDB :-

… Completed on New Years Eve (31st December 2012), this by far is my most personal list yet. Less of writing a critique in each, it is more about my sole selfish reasons for the loving these movies.

My Top 10!!!  

Nuwan Sen’s Film Sense