8º – I Love You, I Love You (Alain Resnais, 1968)A man serves as a guinea pig for a strange scientific experiment that stirs the character of time. However, something goes wrong, leaving the individual trapped in their own past memories. ‘I Love You, I Love You’ is potent in its theme, studying the ephemeral character of life, as well as the most important fragments that our existence understands.
7º – Zodiac (David Fincher, 2007)A serial killer terrorized the United States in the late 1960s and early 1970s, leaving authorities and the population in complete state of paranoia. The plot gains its substance when the criminal decides to communicate through codes with a newspaper, arousing the interest of a journalist of the place. Based on a real event, ‘Zodiac’ is a film that shivers by the density of the story presented. An intelligent suspense that can cause the most diverse emotions in the viewer without making use of the clichés characteristic of the genre.
6º – Double Indemnity (Billy Wilder, 1944)In the plot, an individual who works for an insurance agency falls in love with a woman who persuades him to defraud his job. However, after the crime, he will realize that his choice was not the right one, fighting a clever investigator not to get caught. Biggest Noir movie of all time, ‘Double Indemnity’ is a film class of the genius Billy Wilder. Exploring a nuance-permeated plot, the film manages to be dynamic while it unravels every meander of its central characters, providing the viewer with a unique experience.
5º – The Sixth Sense (M. Night Shyamalan, 1999)A psychologist tries to help a little boy who claims to see spirits, starting a journey full of mysteries behind answers. Characterizing itself as one of the films with one of the greatest twists of the seventh art, ‘The Sixth Sense’ is one of those top quality suspensions. A film that frightens with few details, in an engaging and always pleasant story.
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