2º – The Straight Story (David Lynch, 1999)An old man decides to cross the country in a small tractor after discovering that his brother is sick. Unlike everything that exists in David Lynch’s filmography, ‘The Straight Story’ is a work about perseverance, family exacerbations, the coming of age and the subjective sense of life for the human being.
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1º – After Hours (Martin Scorsese, 1985)After meeting an attractive woman in a cafeteria and being invited by this to his house, a man finds himself inserted in a true ordeal after being constantly besieged by the figure of chance. Directed by Martin Scorsese, the work ends up being little remembered by fans of the director, being half concealed in its enormous filmography. However, ‘After Hours’ deserves special attention. One of the most shocking comedies of the 1980s, showing a character living a hellish and extremely fun night.
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