Author Topic: Top 5 Auteur Trilogies  (Read 650 times)


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Re: Top 5 Auteur Trilogies
« Reply #20 on: August 31, 2017, 01:31:49 PM »
1. Kaurismaki's trilogy: Shadows in Paradise, Ariel, The Match Factory Girl
2. Seidl's trilogy: Paradise: Love, Paradise; Faith, Paradise: Hope
3. Ray's Calcutta trilogy
4. Ozu's Noriko trilogy
5. Kieslowski's trilogy
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Re: Top 5 Auteur Trilogies
« Reply #21 on: September 01, 2017, 07:35:38 PM »
Transformers? Oh, that's more than three films.

I would love it if someone found a reason why some combination of those could be considered a trilogy. But then. does anyone like them enough to actually list them?
The first 3 would definitely be considered a trilogy. They star LaBeouf and follow an arc (as much as these films do). The fourth doesn't feel particularly connected to the others besides the obvious. Quality is a different matter.