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Considering my viewing habits there's a lot I have only watched one or a couple films from and I should really get into, but from the ones I haven't touched yet:

Bernardo Bertolucci
Elia Kazan
Erich von Stroheim
Jacques Tati
Jacques Rivette
John Frankenheimer
Louis Malle
Mel Brooks
Ousmane Sembene
Wim Wenders
You're in for a treat! -- I'll list some movies, and hopefully you like them. If you want to see my favorite documentary, check out Louis Malle' "Place de la Republique" - he goes around Paris, asking people provocative questions...

Last Tango In Paris
On The Waterfront
A Streetcar Named Desire
Birdman of Alcatraz
Alice in the Cities

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In the sense of directors I want to get into but can't seem to, I would say Wim Wenders is mine. He's hit and miss with me, so I haven't really looked for his movies in along time.



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Michael Haneke
Charlie Kaufman (anything he's written too)
Alejandro Jodorowsky
Akira Kurosawa
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I need to see more:

krzysztof kieslowski
Michael haneke
Jean-Luc Goddard [https://www.theguardian.com/film/201...ginners-guide]
Andrei Tarkovsky
Andrea Arnold
Takeshi Kitano
Ki Duk Kim
Hirokazu Koreeda
Kar Wai Wong
Xavier Dolan