Highest-Rated Movies about 'Pursuit', Sort by Popularity

Sleepless Night (2011), Breathless (1959), The Man With a Movie Camera (1929), Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story (2015), Le Doulos (1961), The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil (2019), Sister (2012), The Lodger (1927) ... Let's take a look at the ranked list of the best Pursuit movies.

#3. The Man With a Movie Camera (1929)

Storyline: Part documentary and part cinematic art, this film follows a city in the 1920s Soviet Union throughout the day, from morning to night. Directed by Dziga Vertov, with a variety of complex and innovative camera shots, the film depicts scenes of ordinary daily life in Russia. Vertov celebrates the modernity of the city, with its vast buildings, dense population and bustling industries. While there are no titles or narration, Vertov still naturally conveys the marvels of the modern city.

Plot Keywords: camera operator, townspeople, creative, fascinating, profound, patriotic, spectacular ...

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#8. The Lodger (1927)

Storyline: When a landlady (Marie Ault) and her husband (Arthur Chesney) take in a new lodger (Ivor Novello), they're overjoyed: He's quiet, humble and pays a month's rent in advance. But his mysterious and suspicious behavior soon has them wondering if he's the killer terrorizing local blond girls. Their daughter, Daisy (June), a cocky model, is far less concerned, her attraction obvious. Her police-detective boyfriend (Malcolm Keen), in a pique of jealousy, seeks to uncover the lodger's true identity.

Plot Keywords: lodger, landlady, husband, daughter, detective, witness, dark ...

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#13. Kuroneko (1968)

Storyline: In this ghost story based on a folk tale of feudal Japan, a group of samurai mercenaries led by Raiko Minamoto (Kei Satô) storm the home of Yone (Nobuko Otowa) and her daughter, Shigei (Kiwako Taichi), pillaging their food before raping and murdering the pair and finally burning the house down. When the samurai are set upon by vengeful vampire-like ghosts, it falls to the warrior Gintoki (Kichiemon Nakamura) to slay the malicious spirits, but his connection to the victims leads to conflict.

Plot Keywords: samurai, mother, daughter-in-law, commanding officer, ghost, cat, creepy ...

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#15. Teddy Bear (1981)

Storyline: Sports club manager Ryszard Ochódzki (Stanislaw Tym) may live in Poland, but most of his money sits in an English bank account. This becomes a problem when, upon getting ready to travel to London, Rysiek finds several crucial pages removed from his passport. Now he can't leave Poland, and suspects that his ex-wife, Irena (Barbara Burska), may be plotting to make off with his savings. To foil her plans, Ryszard will have to find someone who looks exactly like him.

Plot Keywords: husband, ex-wife, doppelganger, man, manager, friend, quirky ...

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