7º – Arrival (Denis Villeneuve, 2016)After several alien ships land on the earth in various parts of the globe, a linguist is hired to try to unravel the secrets of that ship that is in the United States. Little by little, she will realize that the motives of the aliens were far more positive than they appeared. ‘Arrival’ is a shocking movie. By being able to understand the nuances of the plot, we are taken to the finest of philosophical strands.
6º – Pi (Darren Aronofsky, 1998)An unfit mathematician tries to find the solution to a riddle that he thinks can change the universe. Sumptuous and confused, ‘Pi’ delights in its aesthetic construction that works by bothering the viewer, using a black and white style with several disturbing jacks.
5º – The Turin Horse (Béla Tarr, 2011)In the middle of the end of the nineteenth century, the plot takes shape telling the story of a father and daughter who live completely isolated from the social environment, showing the always repetitive daily life of those people. Raising Nietzsche’s ‘Eternal Return’ philosophy in every scene spectrum, ‘The Turin Horse’ is a film about the basics of life. A work aesthetically formidable, with good performances, an intelligent script and a soundtrack powerful and unique.
4º – Coherence (James Ward Byrkit, 2013)A group of friends get together for an ordinary dinner. However, strange events begin to happen to the people wrapped in that house, leaving everyone confused and not knowing if that is, in fact, the reality. ‘Coherence’ is that movie you watch surprising yourself with every scene exposed. His plot is rather complicated, but not impossible to be understood as soon as his first performance. This fact makes the experience more pleasant to the viewer.
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