5º – Heathers (Michael Lehmann, 1989)Tired of the superficiality of the group of popular girls from her school, a teenager ends up forming a strange affective bond with a new and not normal student. Together, the two end up getting involved in extreme situations. A different, dynamic and intelligent film in their onslaughts, ‘Heathers’ escapes completely from the clichés of adolescent films of the time. A work that amuses, disturbs and makes it impossible for the viewer to take his eyes off or lose interest in the crazy things that happen on screen. The partnership between Winona Ryder and Christian Slater leading the central characters is a highlight.
4º – American Pie (Paul Weitz, 1999)Simple in its objectives, the film presents several stories of some young people in their decisive periods in their transition from high school to the much dreamed of university life. A highly successful film from the late 1990s, ‘American Pie’ gave new guidelines to this niche of cinema, being copied (in much less productive models, of course) until today.
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