3º – Magnolia (Paul Thomas Anderson, 1999)In the plot, we will have the lives of several different characters being unravelled, showing the erratic ties that tangent the journeys of each one. ‘Magnolia’ offers us a sketch of the way a society governs its almost always pathological daily life, presenting us with individuals who represent each of the most evident elements of this arch. A true masterpiece of cinema.
2º – Still Alice (Richard Glatzer, 2014)After being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, a middle-aged woman will have to change all instances of her life and the people around her in order to prepare for the disease. ‘Still Alice’ is sad in each scene transmitted to her audience, bringing an extremely important theme that should be studied for cinema.
1º – Boogie Nights (Paul Thomas Anderson, 1997)Allocating its history in the 1970s and 1980s, the plot tells the story of an iconic adult movie star in the United States, exploring his rise to success and his eventual collapse to failure. A great film, bringing, still, a great conjunction of actors and phenomenal actresses in his cast.