Full Disclosure: Nicolas Winding Refn Reveals 12 Unseen Classics

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Everyone has those classic films they are ashamed to admit they've never watched. No matter how big of a movie buff you are, there have to be at least a few "must-sees" that have slipped through the cracks. Here at ScreenAnarchy we've been celebrating those films in our year-long series Full Disclosure (See our latest entry here). As part of our 5 Days of Refn series, we asked Nicolas Winding Refn to name twelve classics he is sorry to say he has yet to see. A self-described cineaste, Refn had few exclusions that only God would forgive -- but even he had a handful of gigglers. Click below to see Nicolas Winding Refn's List of Shame.

The Swedes and Danes have had a long history of shared traditions in Art but Refn was quick to admit there were plenty of films by Ingmar Bergman he has never seen, including his 1966 identity proto-horror classic.

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