9º – We’re No Angels (Neil Jordan, 1989)After escaping from prison, two criminals find the only solution to escape from the police life in a church, pretending to be two priests. Now, they will both experience the most diverse confusions. A regular comedy that uses a more cadenced rhythm, ‘We’re No Angels’ stands out for the duo that commands the main characters, with the excellent presence of Robert De Niro and Sean Penn.
8º – The Thin Red Line (Terrence Malick, 1998)Terrence Malick creates here a sensitive film, sometimes poetic, about the human and psychological conflicts found in a war. Unlike any other film in the genre, Malick also explores the natural effects of the event. We have nature as something alive, pulsating, during the almost three hours of film: ‘The Thin Red Line’ may not be the best film ever made about wars, but it is, without a doubt, the most visceral film in the genre.
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