9º – Broken Flowers (Jim Jarmusch, 2005)Wrapped in an empty and discouraging reality, a middle-aged man, after receiving a mysterious letter claiming that he has a son, begins a journey in search of all the women who have had some importance in his life. Explaining an intricate layer of the character of time in our central character, ‘Broken Flowers’ works with the importance of the present in the life of the human being, using an assertive direction and an irreproachable performance of the actor Bill Murray.
8º – Ice Age (Chris Wedge, 2002)Very successful animation of the early 2000s, ‘Ice Age’ brings the story of some animals during the title period on a journey behind those responsible for a human child they encountered. Without a doubt, a film that deserves to be watched and that easily enters among the best animations of that decade.
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