7º – The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (Wes Anderson, 2004)After his friend died in a confrontation with a shark, a marine life documentary filmmaker begins an expedition for revenge, getting into the most diverse confusions. Belonging to Wes Anderson’s cinema, this work uses a more unpretentious humor, reaching its highest point in its productive cast, especially in Bill Murray’s irrefutable performance as protagonist.
6º – The Hunter (Daniel Nettheim, 2011)The plot told here is that of a man named Martin who makes his living doing illegal work for powerful men. In his current work, Martin is given the mission to find an apparently extinct animal in the forest of a small town. In this town, Martin ends up getting involved in a friendly relationship with a family composed of a mother and her two children. The story will be limited to this relationship of the protagonist with the family and his hunting for the animal.
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