3º – Seven Samurai (Akira Kurosawa, 1954)After being constantly attacked by random thieves, members of a poor village decide to pool their savings to hire a group of samurai to defend the place. Dynamic in all its trajectories, ‘Seven Samurai’ uses their ephemeral 207 minutes of duration to unravel the epic journey of wandering characters under the spectre of various instances of the world.
2º – Wild Strawberries (Ingmar Bergman, 1957)An old man has to leave his home to see an event his child will attend. On the way to the place, in the company of his daughter-in-law, the man has to deal with a journey through the meanders of his life, his past, starting a cathartic relationship between his thoughts and the world. Impacting by the density of what is exposed, the film is a study about the erratic ties of the human being in relation to life: ‘Wild Strawberries’ is perhaps the film that most details the traditional concepts of Bergman’s filmography, such as life, death, religion, corrupted family ties and the existential void.
1º – Modern Times (Charles Chaplin, 1936)A walk through industrial technological advances focused on the field of labor. Here, we will understand a little, always with the use of humor to govern the plot, how some routines of a worker worked in his tiring professional environment.