3º – The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Jim Sharman, 1975)One of the most iconic musicals ever made and, without a doubt, the coolest of the 1970s, ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ entertains and charms from the first scene to the last. Its intense rhythm and gloomy atmosphere make it impossible to take your eyes off the screen. Of course, we could not fail to mention the incredible performance of Susan Sarandon as a supporting actor and the greatest interpretation of Tim Curry’s career as the unforgettable protagonist.
2º – Dead Man Walking (Tim Robbins, 1995)An inmate about to be executed on death row finds in the figure of a nun the instance that makes him look at his exacerbated and erratic past. The film is governed by a cold atmosphere of disapproval for a past that condemned lives, always working with the mystery about whether or not the inmate is guilty of what he is accused of. The outstanding performance here goes to Susan Sarandon, delivering a moving performance in the role of the nun.
1º – Thelma and Louise (Ridley Scott, 1991)After being constantly punished by the social environment that permeates them, two friends decide to leave everything behind and embark on a journey across the country. Directed by Ridley Scott, ‘Thelma and Louise’ weaves their concepts based on hammering, exposing, as several other items in this list, the erratic way of a society to guide its ways. A daring and irrefutable film in its construction of rhythm, leaving the worked concepts more palatable to the spectator.