8º – Okja (Bong Joon Ho, 2017)After having her pet hijacked by a big company, a little girl embarks on a journey across the world in an attempt to recover the animal, seeing a bit of the rotten side of humanity. ‘Okja’ is an aesthetically impeccable work, bringing some truly impressive scenes. Its plot also follows the good construction of the aesthetic part, giving the viewer a story involving and permeated by nuances.
7º – Broken Flowers (Jim Jarmusch, 2005)Engaged in an empty and discouraging reality, a middle-aged man, after receiving a mysterious letter stating that he has a son, begins a journey in search of all the women who have had some importance in his life. Explaining a hardened layer of the character of time in our central character, ‘Broken Flowers’ works with the importance of the present in the life of the human being, making use of an assertive direction and an unretouched performance by actor Bill Murray.
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