Bechdel test pass

The previously watched movies that have passed the Bechdel test. To read a little more about the test, check out my post on women in movies.

Stagecoach (1939)

“Stagecoach” is an American western from 1939. The movie should probably not be seen by children under the age of 16.

This movie made my watch list because it won a poll of best western movie voted on by experts in 1996.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon and many other places.

Princess Mononoke Mononoke-hime (1997)

“Princess Mononoke” is a Japanese animated fantasy adventure from 1997. The movie should probably not be seen by children under the age of 7.

This movie made my watch list because it is on IMDb’s top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available with English subtitles and audio on Amazon and many other places.

Song of the little road Pather Panchali (1955)

“Song of the little road” is an Indian Bengali language drama from 1955. The movie could probably be seen by anyone.

This movie made my watch list because it is on Sight and Sounds list of best 50 movies ever voted on by critics, programmers, distributors and academics.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available with English subtitles on Amazon, but only together with the other two movies about Apu. “Pather Panchali” might be available other places.

The celebration Festen (1998)

“The celebration” is a Danish language Danish drama from 1998. The movie should probably not be seen by children under the age of 15.

This movie made my watch list because it is on Time Out’s list of best movies of all time as ranked by actors.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available with English subtitles on Amazon and maybe other places.

Waiting for Guffman (1996)

“Waiting for Guffman” is an American comedy from 1996. The movie should probably not be seen by children under the age of 14.

This movie made my watch list because it is on Time Out’s list of best movies of all time as ranked by actors.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon and maybe other places.

A river called Titas Titas Ekti Nodir Naam (1973)

I could not find a trailer for this movie, but I did find the whole movie on YouTube.

“A river called Titas” is a Bengal language Bangladeshi drama from 1973. The movie could probably be seen by anyone.

This movie made my watch list because it topped the list of the best Bangladeshi movies voted for by audiences and critics in 2007.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available with English subtitles on Amazon, and maybe other places.

Selma (2014)

“Selma” is an American biographical drama from 2014. The movie should probably not be seen by children under the age of 14.

This movie made my watch list because it is on Rotten tomatoes’ top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon, and lots of other places.

The help (2011)

“The help” is an American drama from 2011. The movie should probably not be seen by children under the age of 7.

This movie made my watch list because it is on IMDb’s top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon, and many other places.

La vie en rose (2007)

“La vie en rose” is an French biographical musical from 2007. The movie should probably not be seen by children under the age of 13.

This movie made my watch list because it is on Time Out’s list of best movies of all time as ranked by actors.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available with English subtitles on Amazon, and probably many other places.

Annie Hall (1977)

“Annie Hall” is an American romantic comedy from 1977. The movie should probably not be seen by children under the age of 13.

This movie made my watch list because it is on IMDb’s top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon, and probably many other places.

Roman holiday (1953)

“Roman holiday” is a black and white romantic comedy from 1953. The movie could probably be seen by anyone.

This movie made my watch list because it is on Rotten tomatoes’ top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon, and probably tons of other places.

Rome, open city Roma città aperta(1945)

“Rome, open city” is an Italian language black and white war thriller from 1945. The movie should probably not be seen by children under 15.

This movie made my watch list because it is on Rotten tomatoes’ top rated movies list.

More about the movie on Wikipedia or IMDb.

Available on Amazon with English subtitles, and maybe other places.

Movies from June’s watch list that passed the Bechdel test.

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