Before I get to the winners of Round 18, a quick aside: I've just returned home from a screening of Watchmen, and..well...I kind of liked it. Sure, it's 2.5 hours of mostly expository dialog, and Zach Snyder may be the most unimaginative director in Hollywood since Chris Columbus, yet there's something about the film that's just a bit off-kilter, but in a good way. During the magnificent opening credit sequence, a re-visioning of key cultural moments from 20th century American history, all I could think was, "what would Godard make of this?" Go see it.
As for the quiz, the entries have been tabulated, and we have a three contestants with perfect 12 -- quiz regulars Mike F and J.K. M, and a first time winner, Martina K from Germany. Congratulations to the three of you, and remember that any DVD used in the round is yours for the asking.
Be sure to check back next week for a the start of a special round -- one inspired by an exhibit I saw in Berlin.
[Update: Completely forgot to mention that the answer to last week's quiz was Straub-Huillet's The Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach. Sorry about that.]