10 Deeply Emotional Movies To See When You Want More From Cinema

3º – Cries & Whispers (Ingmar Bergman, 1972)When a woman finds herself in the final stretch of her life, condemned by cancer, it will be up to her two sisters to provide her with some comfort in the midst of pain. However, the presence of both of them will only exacerbate the suffering of all those exposed there. Screams and Whispers’ is a film that changes the way the spectator sees the world. Everything contained there is of an impressive perfection. There are many scenes that literally shiver us for their intense substance, such as, for example, the monologue of Erland Josephson’s character in relation to one of the sisters under the figure of a mirror or the moment when the characters of Liv Ullmann and Ingrid Thulin embark on a discussion about the constitution of the family relationship between the two. Finally, there are several incredible moments in this film. One of the greatest works ever conceived in cinema.

 

2º – Shame (Ingmar Bergman, 1968)We will follow the journey of a couple in search of survival in the midst of a civil war. Studying the impact of a war on the lives of many people, this film by Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman shows how sad the figure of existence is in these realities. Shame’ also stands out for the great performances of Liv Ullmann and Max Von Sydow.

 

1º – Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1966)The film tells the story of a 15th-century Russian chick, showing the most significant events in his life. Andrei Tarkovsky’s masterpiece, ‘Andrei Rublev’ is unretouchable in its construction of plans, with the exhibition of truly memorable scenes, reaching its highest quality point exactly in this, besides, of course, the concise script and the good performances of the entire cast.