Top 10 The Greatest Film Trilogies of All Time

Top 10 The Greatest Film Trilogies of All Time

Film trilogies are nothing new. They have certain appeal as far as the film buffs are concerned. Many filmmakers, including legendary ones, have come up with movie trilogies.

There are also films that became unintentional trilogies due to coincidental connection in theme or form. Here is the list of top 10 Great Film Trilogies.

10 Greatest Film Trilogies of All Time

10. Dr. Mabuse trilogy

A trilogy born in a period of almost four decades, made the German director Fritz Lang's Dr. Mabuse trilogy introduces one of the most known criminals in cinema. The trilogy of Dr. Mabuse, The Gambler (1922), is founded by Dr. Mabuse (1933) Testament and 1,000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse (1960). The closing film of the trilogy was in Lang's career. They reflect the times in Germany's social environment.

9. Samurai trilogy

Based on the novel by Eiji YOSHIKAWA, Japanese filmmaker Hiroshi Inagaki made a trilogy of one of the films Musashi Miyamoto's most famous Samurai warriors in Japanese history. Movies, Samurai I: Musashi Miyamoto (1954), Samurai II: Ichijoji Duel in the Temple (1955) and Samurai III: Ganryu Island (1956) in a duel, a legendary warrior Miyamoto promote the development of a common man. Toshiro Mifune famous trait of character, at the height of the second film swordplay films are known to battle with eighty people, including Miyamoto.

8. Trilogy of Silence

Greek director Theo Angelopoulos trilogies is known for his affinity towards. One of these is very difficult given their quality. His trilogy of silence Cythera (1984), beekeeper in the Mist (1986), and included films trip Landscape (1988). The road movie, more personal and historical in their earlier films. Silence of the Angelopoulos mentioned in the title, date.

7. Taiwan Trilogy

One of the greatest directors coming out of Asia, the Taiwanese filmmaker Hou Hsiao hsien present strengthening its place in the cinematic trilogy connected with one thematically. Movies, a city of Sadness (1989), the puppetmaster (1993) and Holy Men, Good Women (1995), Japan and the struggle to preserve their identity between the successive attacks by China in the history of Taiwan of the text. Each film was a unique period of reflection. City of Sadness won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.

6. Three Colors Trilogy

One of the most popular movie trilogies, Krzysztof Kieslowski's Three Colors trilogy composed of the amazing Three Colours: Blue (1993) Three Colors: White (1994) Three Colors: Red (1994). In fact, the last three films by Polish director. Examination of films, French ideals of equality and brotherhood. Movies names are French flag an allusion. Movies and listen to them as well known for the strong acting performances.

5. The Godfather Trilogy

Released in 1972, Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather redefined the gangster genre. He said that in 1974 in 1990. The Godfather II and weakest episode so wonderful, Godfather III, well then, focus on the document Corleone crime family in America, a historical series of three films world cinema. Apart from Coppola's directing talents, Marilyn BRANDO, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and can be seen in films like Robert Duvall starred capacity Legends.

4. Koker Trilogy

By Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's Koker trilogy of films where a friend's house? (1987), Life (1992) goes through the olive trees (1994). Films are concentrated on the first tragedy, lower life reflected in Koker films dealing with the earthquake aftermaths village which suffered a major earthquake in 1990. Koker,. Kiorastami mundane things in life to focus on talking about universal truths.

3. Apu Trilogy

In one of the most popular trilogies in cinema, Indian author Satyajit Ray's Apu Trilogy by humanity and empathy are known to exist. Bengali films, Pather Panchali, songs Aparajito (Road 1955) (Unvanquished- 1957) and Apur Sansar (Apu- focus on the 1959 World) Apu's life, from his childhood to his father. Bengali film based on a novel by writer Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay. Most aspiring actors film was made on a low budget but has won appreciation from all angles.

2. Trilogy of Faith

Every film buff Legendary Swedish filmmaker Bergman Ingmer have heard and believed the trilogy. Trilogy of films through a glass darkly (1961), Winter Light (1963) and Silence (1963). These films trilogy of faith and spiritual crisis, but thematical connections, were not meant to be made of them. Cinematography by Sven Nykvist is a particular highlight of the film. Darkly won the 1962 Academy Award for best foreign language film through a glass.

1. Noriko Trilogy

Although a contemporary Akira Kurosawa, Yasujiro Ozu from Japan did not become famous until much later. Is considered the largest ever filmmaker and his film Tokyo Story (1953), the third installment of the trilogy Noriko, ever, as now by many filmmakers and film scholars. Noriko Trilogy contains the original late spring in the above (1949) and early summer (1951). Three films loosely Noriko, a Japanese woman named characters are connected by Setsuko Hara played in three films. Trilogy is the epitome of style, Ozu is an acquired taste.