'Waltz With Bashir' Makes Top-100 List in Three U.K. Papers

Israeli animated memoir of director Ari Folman's experiences during first Lebanon War was placed 11th by The Guardian.

Nirit Anderman
Nirit Anderman
Nirit Anderman
Nirit Anderman

The Israeli film "Waltz with Bashir," the animated memoir of director Ari Folman's experiences during the first Lebanon War, has been listed by three prominent British newspapers as one of this decade's 100 best movies.

The Guardian placed the film 11th, ahead of the Coen brothers' "No Country for Old Men (15) and Michel Gondry's "Eternal Sun of the Spotless Mind" (33).

The Times ranked "Waltz" at no. 65, while The Daily Telegraph placed it at 68. It won the Golden Globe for best foreign film in 2009.



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