"Like all art, cinema is at its best not only when it entertains and inspires, but also when it provokes. This is a list of films that, for me, do all of those things brilliantly, albeit in their own singular way. As an actor, I am naturally drawn to films that employ performance as their primary engine, but I also love cinema whose focus is sometimes more abstract or distant – metaphysical even. Empathy on the part of the filmmaker is key to the power of these films. The people who have made them seem to be unified in their awe both at and of the world – its endless facets, faces, challenges and mysteries. These films are great expressions of how to love, how to laugh and how to live. But also asking how we can be better at all of those things. I hope they inspire you in the way they have me." - Harry Macqueen

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