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film

John Waters

JOHN WATERS

1. Bully (Larry Clark) My favorite movie of the year: a dirty true-crime sexploitation picture that dares to be art. Larry Clark invents the “crotch-cam” shot and inspires the most outraged New York Times review of the season.

2. Faithless (Liv Ullmann) Liv Ullmann channels Ingmar Bergman. See it on acid.

3. L.I.E. (Michael Cuesta) A feel-good child molester with a hard-on of gold befriends a confused Long Island teen and his Gacy-bait sidekick.

4. Mulholland Drive (David Lynch) Lipstick lesbians never had this much celluloid fun.

5. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (Kevin Smith) GLAAD was wrong on this one. Jason Mewes can tell me a blow-job joke any day of the week.

6. Our Lady of the Assassins (Barbet Schroeder) The perfect boyfriend: He’s young, cute, and kills whoever gets on your nerves.

7. Lumumba (Raoul Peck) If the distributor of this stylishly realistic biopic about slain

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