3º – Nostalgia (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1983)In the plot, a Russian poet travels to Italy with his interpreter to research on the life of a composer, discovering in the place more about his own existence. ‘Nostalgia’ uses the aesthetic rigor characteristic of Andrei Tarkovsky’s cinema to tell his enigmatic story. A true masterpiece that demands a lot from your viewer.
2º – Donnie Darko (Richard Kelly, 2001)A teenager suffers from constant visions of a creature that gives him destructive coordinates about his existence in the world, leaving him unable to distinguish reality from hallucinations. ‘Donnie Darko’ uses an obscure atmosphere to give rhythm to the compendium of scenes and its history, making it a great choice for those who want a challenging film.
1º – Mulholland Dr. (David Lynch, 2001)After a car accident, a woman survives and suffers from amnesia, seeking refuge in an actress’s home. Together, both will seek information about the accident and the life of the person suffering from amnesia, entering into a tangle of unpleasant situations. ‘Mulholland Dr.’, David Lynch’s masterpiece, requires several and several exhibitions until the viewer understands part of his plot. A movie that delights in the same proportion as it scares.