1970, Kino Lorber, 107 min, Italy, Dir: Bernardo Bertolucci

Marcello (Jean-Louis Trintignant) is a weak-willed man with a troubled past - in other words, the perfect tool for a fascist organization looking to use him for espionage purposes. As Marcello and his equally shallow wife get drawn into the deadly plot, they soon learn the price of unthinking conformity in a dangerous world with warring agendas. Bernardo Bertolucci's breakthrough film is haunting, riveting and features some of the most gorgeous images ever put on celluloid.