6º – The Eighth Day (Jaco Van Dormael, 1996)A strange relationship between a disillusioned man and a Down Syndrome sufferer emerges when both find in each other the elements necessary to fill the voids of their lives. Here everything is very fluid, showing a drama with comical pythons necessary to the plot. A film about friendship, the power of overcoming the human being and how the meaning of life can be conceived in different ways.
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5º – To Live and Die in L.A. (William Friedkin, 1985)After his partner was brutally murdered a few days before retiring, a police officer promises to discover the whereabouts of those responsible for his death, surpassing all the moral limits of his profession, even flirting with madness. Frantic, ‘To Live and Die in L.A.’ is one of the best action movies of the 1980s.
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