7º – Mid90s (Jonah Hill, 2018)The beginning of a boy’s adolescence is distinguished by the film, bringing the most relevant facts of this turbulent period of human life, against the backdrop of the Los Angeles scenario of the 1990s. The ’90s’ is a true pearl of subgenus adolescence and childhood in cinema, bringing a sensitive story that makes no concessions by showing the doubts that permeate the central character.
6º – Cold War (Pawel Pawlikowski, 2018)Taking shape during the 1950s in Poland, we will follow the story of a couple in love, capturing several moments of that relationship. Cold War’, a film directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, works with the figure of time in its central characters, bringing us magisterial scenes to contrast all the atmosphere that the work proposes.
5º – Broken Flowers (Jim Jarmusch, 2005)Involved in an empty and disheartening reality, a middle-aged man, after receiving a mysterious letter stating that he has a child, begins a journey in search of all the women who had some importance in his life. Explaining a hardened layer of the character of time in our central character, ‘Flowers Parted’ works with the importance of the present in the life of the human being, using an assertive direction and an unretouchable performance of actor Bill Murray.
4º – The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (Ben Stiller, 2013)Tired of his insomniac routine and little substantial in his work, a man decides to start a journey around the world, coming to know a whole new reality in his life. Directed and starred by Ben Stiller, ‘Walter Mitty’s Secret Life’ makes use of a sense of adventure that dominates each scene, evidencing the natural elements of the world as an active part in the film and in the life of his central character.
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