3º – Dogtooth (Yorgos Lanthimos, 2009)Living isolated from society by their parents since birth, three teenage siblings guide their lives by different habits and meanings in their lives. What disturbs the film is how flexible the human animal is in its cognitive construction. Pearl of Greek cinema.
2º – Miss Violence (Alexandros Avranas, 2013)At the birthday party of her 11th birthday, Angeliki, calm and silent, without anyone noticing, walks to the balcony of her apartment and plays. The film will spend 98 minutes in duration, breaking up the reasons for the girl’s suicide, revealing a dark side to that apparently perfect family. Miss Violence is a punch in the spectator’s stomach, bringing the meanders of evil and its unfolding in the lives of many people. A pearl of Greek cinema.
1º – La notte (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1961)One day in the life of a middle-aged couple is explored by the film, bringing all the synthesis of the relationship between those people and how they see their social environment. Michelangelo Antonioni’s masterpiece, ‘The Night’ is a beauty in the conception of each plan that makes the spectator shiver. Each scene is captured in an impeccable way, achieving, many times, without dialogues, to translate emotions and feelings of its characters. The film also presents the memorable performances of Marcello Mastroianni and Jeanne Moreau as protagonists.