2º – The Long Goodbye (Robert Altman, 1973)A private detective ends up getting involved in a potentially deadly game of intrigue after trying to help a friend. A neo-noir masterpiece by the legendary Robert Altman, ‘The Long Goodbye’ is special for being able to transport all that melancholy, nocturnal, irresistible atmosphere from the traditional noir of the 1940s to an effervescent northern L.A. A memorable film that also has an unforgettable actor Elliott Gould as the protagonist.
1º – Manhunter (Michael Mann, 1986)Based on Thomas Harris’ novel, this film brings the Will Graham character’s search for a terrible serial killer who is decimating entire families. ‘Manhunter’ is the best film based on Harris’ saga after ‘The Silence of the Innocents’. The decision to dose suspense and a little action results in a perfect combination, which works by enchanting and scaring the viewer with each scene overcome.