Question of the Week
OK, the first question that I posed sparked a discussion among all of the regulars, so I'm calling it a mixed sucess, but I'm willing to give it another shot. So here goes:
La Regle du jeu
This question is open to anyone who reads this page. I'm going to ask a question, and in the comments, I want anyone who wants to participate to respond to the question with ONE comment (thus your response has a max of 2500 words, I believe) when they answer the question; however, feel free to comment upon each other's initial response (and defend your opinion, if necessary).
Today's question was inspired by an earlier AIM conversation with Joker: The question is:
Everyone (well almost) recognizes x film as the masterpiece of y director, but you disagree. You think that film z is the true masterpiece. Choose a director, and explain why your neglected film is the true masterpiece, and the other is a just a pretender to the throne