3º – The Ghost Writer (Roman Polanski, 2010)A ghost writer, entrusted with the mission of writing a biography of a former English prime minister, ends up getting involved in a game of deception when he discovers things that should remain hidden. ‘The Ghost Writer’, a film underestimated in Polanski’s filmography, is the best of the thriller genre. The film leverages a unique atmosphere of mystery, which acts by giving dynamism to all the elements contained in the plot.
2º – Cassandra’s Dream (Woody Allen, 2007)Permeated by twists and turns, the plot tells the story of two brothers with financial problems who decide to enter the life of crime, resulting in various averse situations for both. Unlike the works that Woody Allen usually conceives, this film raises a drama with suspenseful stabs, using a productive script and safe performances, especially that of Ewan McGregor.
1º – Big Fish (Tim Burton, 2003)A man tries to investigate the life of his father, an individual who is dying, in order to find out more about the fanciful stories he was telling. Tim Burton brings a film that blends fantasy and reality in a pleasant way. A light film that instils the creative side of his spectator, making him an active part of the story.