3º – The Idiots (Lars von Trier, 1998)A group of people breaks with the moral and ethical bonds of local society, developing a new way of governing their steps on earth, based on the instinctive side of their personalities. Controversial, “The Idiots” is a film of mediocre quality, filmed in a primitive way, without aesthetic care in the execution of the scenes, and with a rather presumptuous script. However, the concepts covered and the central idea of the work make the experience of watching the film positive and necessary to understand the evolution of Danish cinema and filmmaker Lars Von Trier (film director).
2º – The Unbearable Lightness of Being (Philip Kaufman, 1988)Allocated in the middle of the 1960s, the film tells the story of a love triangle, exploring the adventures of its members, always against the background of the turbulent political scene of Prague at the time. ‘The Unbearable Lightness of Being’, film based on the novel by Milan Kundera, works on the various nuances of a life, raising the figure of chance in each fragment of scene and in its central characters.
1º – Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Terry Gilliam, 1998)Based on the book by Hunter S. Thompson, the film presents a history permeated by exaggeration and latent psychodelism. A movie that sometimes can confuse and cause discomfort in the viewer, but that is notable as a great option.