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Ioncinephile of the Month: Dominga Sotomayor’s Top Ten Films of All Time List

Have you ever wondered what are the films that inspire the next generation of visionary filmmakers? As part of our monthly Ioncinephile profile, we ask the filmmaker (this month: Dominga Sotomayor) to identify their all time top ten favorite films. Dominga’s Too Late to Die Young opens May 31 at Film at Lincoln Center in New York, followed by a June 7th release at Laemmle Music Hall in Los Angeles followed by more cities. In no particular order, here are Dominga Sotomayor’s top ten films as of May 2019.

A Swedish Love StoryRoy Andersson (1970)

“For simultaneously being the best first love portrait I had seen, and for the political acidness that only a Roy Andersson could have made.”

A Woman Under the Influence – John Cassavetes (1974)

“For Cassavettes’ control and … to a certain extent, lack of control (same as its protagonist) and perhaps the best portrait of a woman made

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