5º – Manchester by the Sea (Kenneth Lonergan, 2016)After the death of his brother, a man, involved in a self-destructive and depressive routine, is entrusted with the mission of taking care of his adolescent nephew. However, little by little, with various fragments of the past of all the characters, we will see why the man finds himself in his current state. ‘Manchester by the Sea’ is a beautiful film, but one that does not offer positive points to its spectator about the lives studied in the plot.
4º – Caché (Michael Haneke, 2005)After being threatened by a series of anonymous video tapes left on their doorstep, showing an espionage of their daily lives, a couple see their social and private lives enter into an inexorable degenerative process. Its director, Michael Haneke, uses a lot of elements from the characters’ past, showing how some structures of our lives simply cannot be forgotten.
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