8º – Miller’s Crossing (Joel and Ethan Coen, 1990)The film works with the nuances of the erratic relationship of a mafia boss, his right arm and his wife, who is cheating on him. ‘Final Adjustment’ is a film permeated by twists and turns, exposing a plot that deconstructs itself to each outdated scene. Direction, script and cast go together in quality, providing the viewer with an impeccable work.
7º – Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead (Gary Fleder, 1995)A group of criminals has to face the consequences of their members’ acts after a blow goes wrong. Interesting, the film makes use of good and bad moments, raising a plot permeated by twists and mysteries, a good rhythm and a quality cast.
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