Cahiers Du Cinéma readers name their 10 best of 2016

Great list. Love all of these except for Bruno Dumont's "Ma Loute," which underwhelmed me at Cannes, ditto Pedro Almodovar's "Julieta," but that one's still recommended. It's minor Almodovar, but that still means it's better than 99% of the fare released here in the States. A few hidden gems that haven't gotten the recognition they deserve: "Aquarius" and "Un Jour Avec, Un Jour Sans" ("Right Now, Wrong Then"). Seek these out when you have the chance, they are one of the very best films I saw last year.
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