Most movies are about relationships—between law and order, between desire and duty, between the past and the present. But in 2013, many of the great and memorable films—the ones that moved or shocked or stuck with us—were about relationships in the most traditional sense of the word: This was the year of Jesse and Céline, of Adèle and Emma, and of Joaquin Phoenix and his computer. There were mysterious romances, like the pig-related courtship of Upstream Color , and platonic love stories, like Frances Ha and Prince Avalanche . For cinephiles, love wasn't just in the movies, but also in the air: There was so much to adore—so many fine, unconventional films, a large number of them American—that a list of 20 almost doesn't do the year justice. Regardless, that's what we've assembled below, joining heads to count down the best of what 2013 had to offer. (Each of the seven contributors submitted a ranked list of 15 favorites; a number-one choice earned 15 points, a number-two choice earned 14 points, and so forth.) Don't see a personal favorite? Tell us about it in the comments. Those curious to see how the voting went down can also check out the… Read full this story
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