5º – Light Sleeper (Paul Schrader, 1992)The steps of a criminal are studied by the film, showing the anguish of the man and his social exchange increasingly heavy on him. Allocating itself among the best films in Paul Schrader’s career, ‘Light Sleeper’ is punctual in bringing the psychological conflicts in the life of a man inserted in an extreme routine. The film also brings the partnership between Willem Dafoe and Susan Sarandon as protagonists.
4º – The Hunger (Tony Scott, 1983)The plot works with a love triangle that is not pleasant, showing the life of a vampire, her partner wrapped in a lost battle with time and a third member that will make everything even more turbulent. ‘The Hunger’ simply gathers in its central triangle of history the presences of Catherine Deneuve, Susan Sarandon and David Bowie, a detail that in itself is worth the ticket. However, much more than that, this beautiful film by director Tony Scott still has impeccable aesthetic rigor, an interesting story and an involving atmosphere that manages to completely capture the attention of those watching.
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