2º – Reservoir Dogs (Quentin Tarantino, 1992)After a robbery goes terribly wrong, the criminals responsible find themselves involved in a paranoid game for survival and also for the discovery of an undercover cop. One of the great films of Quentin Tarantino’s career, ‘Dogs for Rent’ is simply unthinkable. It’s a clever film that presents a plot with several small fragments that manage to capture and leave us completely obsessed with the possible tragic endings of the story.
1º – Fargo (Joel and Ethan Coen, 1996)After a plan to get money from his father-in-law goes terribly wrong, a man will have to use the most diverse strategies in order not to be implicated in the events of his act. Fargo’ is irreproachable, with a great script, giving space for the construction of several incredible characters, competent performances and, of course, an incredible direction from the Coen brothers. Here, much of the film’s success in attracting the spectator’s complete attention during its 98 minutes is due to its irresistible atmosphere, emanating a unique cold and melancholic climate.