3º – A Better Tomorrow (John Woo, 1986)In the plot, after spending a long time in prison and having his father murdered because of him, a mafioso tries to reconcile with his police brother and dismantle the corporation that betrayed him in the past. ‘A Better Tomorrow’ is a pearl of Hong Kong’s action film, bringing what was best in that cinema at the time. A film with an intermittent action and truly memorable plans, all below the irreproachable direction of John Woo.
2º – Seven Samurai (Akira Kurosawa, 1954)After being constantly attacked by random thieves, members of a poor village decide to pool their savings to hire a group of samurai to defend the site. Dynamic in all its trajectories, ‘Seven Samurai’ uses its ephemeral 207 minutes of duration to unravel the epic journey of wandering characters under the spectrum of various instances of the world.
1º – In the Mood for Love (Kar-Wai Wong, 2000)After discovering that their partners are committing adultery, a man and a woman will start a strange relationship that will completely alter their lives. ‘In the Mood for Love’, another masterpiece of Kar-Wai Wong’s great filmography, elevates a melancholy atmosphere for the plot unfolding, marking a fabulous cinematography (one of the most beautiful in film history), a production script, irreproachable direction and excellent performances.