10 Claustrophobic Movies About the True Identity of Evil

7º – The Vanishing (George Sluizer, 1988)After his girlfriend disappears inexplicably from a gas station, a man finds himself completely obsessed with finding out what had happened to his partner. A sad suspense, based on the development of life to frighten the viewer, ‘The Silence of the Lake’ is a terrifying work about the strangest human motivations and the impossibility we have of overcoming certain facts of our history.

 

6º – Caché (Michael Haneke, 2005)After being threatened by a series of anonymous video tapes left on their doorstep, showing an espionage of their daily lives, a couple see their social and private lives enter into an inexorable degenerative process. Its director, Michael Haneke, uses a lot of elements from the characters’ past, showing how some structures of our lives simply cannot be forgotten.

 

5º – Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (John McNaughton, 1986)The film distinguishes the nuances of the life of Henry, a serial killer inserted in a bloody journey everywhere he goes. Portrait of a Murderer’ is an extremely disturbing film for its graphic and psychological content, studying the exacerbations coming from the human species.

 

4º – Funny Games (Michael Haneke, 1997)A couple with their little boy decides to spend a few quiet days in a paradise hut. However, a couple of troubled young people try to prevent this from happening. The graphic content of the film does not shock so much, but rather the psychological content. Free Violence’ is a denunciation of human violence.

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