3º – Glengarry Glen Ross (James Foley, 1992)The film explores the forms of social exchange inside a professional office consummated by its employees, showing the pathological degree that that meander of humanity reaches. Here, having as a central panorama the will of power intrinsic to the human being, we will see how obsession can assume and control man’s behavior in the search for money.
2º – To Die For (Gus Van Sant, 1995)Based on a real story, the film tells the story of a woman in her obsessive search for success as a television personality. Directed by Gus Van Sant, ‘To Die For’ plays in a tragic way with the conception of life in a traditional society.
1º – The Celebration (Thomas Vinterberg, 1998)A journey through the interior of a family in a complete state of ruins. A work that reveals how certain facts of the lives of each individual are often overshadowed by a social mask of normality. Here, everything within the exploited family takes a direction for the worst in humanity. ‘The Celebration’ still presents a raw and necessary view of the human psychological construct and its exacerbations. A masterpiece of Danish cinema and the best film of the career of the great filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg.