4º – Pulse (Kiyoshi Kurosawa, 2001)A masterpiece of terror belonging to Japanese cinema, ‘Pulse’ is a journey into the darkest of the man/technology relationship. A film with a vivid and macabre atmosphere rarely found in the genre. Here, Kiyoshi Kurosawa prefers to build a terror that arises from the loneliness and isolation of his characters, avoiding as much as possible “jump scars” or situations with a superficial exposure of the genre. An indispensable work for the lover of terror.
3º – Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, 2015)We will enter the lives of Greg, a creative teenager focused on spending the school term without standing out from the crowd, his friend Earl, a kind of mirror of his friend’s constructs, and Rachel, a teenager who had recently discovered cancer. The film has an assertive rhythm, exploring each nuance of adolescence in the American context, separating its story into two distinct strands, one joyful and the other dealing with the pain of certain facts of the plot.
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