3º – Mystic River (Clint Eastwood, 2003)The film works on the lives of some friends, showing the changes in their routines after a tragedy hit one of them. Here, we will see a film that is difficult to digest. The plot is sad, it shows how low we can go through the despair of certain situations, never attenuating some facts that move the story. To complete, we will still have a formidable performance by actor Sean Penn at the head of the film.
2º – 21 Grams (Alejandro G. Iñárritu, 2003)The tragic power of chance ends up uniting three individuals, creating a gloomy bond between them, making them re-evaluate the paths of their lives. Sad and melancholic in each outdated scene, ’21 Grams’ moves the viewer as he works on the theme of death to give strength to his plot.
1º – Milk (Gus Van Sant, 2008)Adhering to a biographical tone, exploring the life of Harvey Milk – a gay activist of the 1970s – the film works with the diverse nuances of man’s life, showing how the latent prejudice of the time worked to destroy the lives of those who did not correspond to traditional social values. A film with a very well developed plot, a competent and agile direction and a fabulous performance by Sean Penn at the head of the work.