6º – Cosmopolis (David Cronenberg, 2012)Frenetic in all its unevenness, ‘Cosmopolis’ introduces us to the life of a successful young man, in the midst of a futuristic world with a pessimistic aura, in his journey, through one day, to cut his hair. We are introduced to any form of social exchange of the individual, learning a little about the exacerbated way of that society to govern life. Standing out as one of the weakest films in David Cronenberg’s career, we can highlight this work, only, for its great conjunction of great actors in the cast, including Paul Giamatti.
5º – The Rover (David Michôd, 2014)A futuristic world devastated by an economic crisis, a man seeks revenge against the thieves of his only material possession, a car. ‘The Rover’ is exciting from the first to the last scene, relying on an irresistible post-apocalyptic universe and a simple story, but one that delivers what it promises.
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