The films selected for each country were all produced, filmed in, or linked to each country in some way. The top film in the US is 1994’s The Shawshank Redemption, directed by Frank Darabont and starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman.
Here you can see the favorite films of the US, Mexico, Central America, and a few other nations.
Obviously, some countries’ favorite flicks we probably haven’t heard of.
New releases made the list in numerous countries: they include The Wild Pear Tree (from Bosnia and Herzegovina), Dying to Survive (China), Ekvtime: Man of God (Georgia), Goodachari (India), Yowis Ben (Indonesia), Deception: Oo Pel Dan Myin (Myanmar), Dilan 1990 (Singapore), and Ahlat Agaci (Sweden).
Here’s a look at the top-rated films in Europe. There are some interesting choices on here, including 1966’s The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly in Spain AND Italy. I guess it’s not too surprising that Iceland’s choice is Dancer in the Dark, which stars native entertainer Bjork.
Other notable films include The Dark Knight in the United Kingdom, Fight Club in Germany, and Hacksaw Ridge in Australia.
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Are there any movies on there that surprised you?