6º – The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (Julian Schnabel, 2007)The film tells the story of a writer in a French magazine who ends up suffering a stroke and loses all body movements. Now, man will learn a new reality present in the world, glimpsing a whole new range of sensations. ‘The Diving Bell and the Butterfly’ is a sweet work, positive in its general construction, showing the adaptive character of the human being.
5º – Au Revoir les Enfants (Louis Malle, 1987)Allocated in World War II, the film brings the ins and outs of a young boy inserted into the reality of a conservative school. Instead, the boy will make new friendships and live significant moments of his childhood. Masterpiece, ‘Au Revoir les Enfants’ is one of the most sincere films on the construction of childhood, elevating a unique nostalgic load to the spectator in its execution.
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