7º – Crossfire (Edward Dmytryk, 1947)Some military personnel investigate the mysterious death of a man and the participation of officers and soldiers in the case. ‘Crossfire’ investigates the roots and dangers of prejudice, bringing an engaging and sad story to their resolutions. A work ahead of its time that remains current even more than 70 years from its launch.
6º – Cape Fear (J. Lee Thompson, 1962)Years after having defended a client from a horrible crime without success, a lawyer finds himself persecuted by that man after he gets out of prison. ‘Cape Fear’ is a masterpiece of the 1960s. His mysterious plot is only the starting point of a journey to the dark side of the human being. A powerful film that can disturb even without many graphic elements, only with the use of a psychological terror. Of course, despite all the quality of this film, the highlight, without a doubt, goes to the clash between Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum, who command unforgettable characters for the fan of the seventh art.
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