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Ingmar Bergman's Persona from 1966 is a seminal psychological drama. What works has it inspired?
Chang-dong Lee's Burning is a confident slow-burn mystery. It recalls Hitchcock, Antonioni's Blow-Up and, according to one critic, Jack Nicholson in The Pledge.
Good Time by the Safdie brothers had critics making comparison to Dog Day Afternoon, Heat and After Hours, with a touch of Of Mice and Men.
Billy Wilder's Some Like It Hot is a classic comedy that challenged the Hays Code. The film's legacy sees plenty of drag-themed comedies, for better or worse.
Christopher Nolan's action thriller Tenet juggles temporal concepts, similar to his previous films - but also contains a nod to Casablanca.
If you like Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, you might enjoy some films out of the eclectic mix it draws inspiration from - like Harold and Maude or Small Change.
Anthony Scott Burns' Come True recalls John Carpenter's The Prince of Darkness, Hideo Nakata's Ringu and David Cronenberg's Videodrome.
Alfred Hitchcock filmed and edited Rope to look like one continuous shot. The long takes and hidden stitches have persisted in cinema ever since, moving out of the chamber play and onto the battlefield in 1917.
Kogonada's Columbus meditates on life and our emotional response to our built environments. It recalls films like Red Desert and Lost in Translation. What else will it remind you of?