7º – Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Blake Edwards, 1961)Based on the novel by Truman Capote, the film follows the life of a high-ranking young woman who falls in love with a man who had recently moved into her building. Aesthetically impeccable from the first to the last scene, ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ also features a light and engaging plot, using Audrey Hepburn’s talent to command each scene.
6º – The Devil Wears Prada (David Frankel, 2006)Starting a new job in fashion, a young woman has to deal with the hectic day to day life of the profession and her unappealing boss. This film is included in this list because it has as a central figure for the events of her plot the area of fashion and its most diverse ramifications. However, more than this detail, the film still manages to bring an involving and funny story, choosing to escape the great clichés of the genre and knowing how to use its central actresses, the great Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep.
5º – Mistress America (Noah Baumbach, 2015)After entering college in New York City, a young woman has a chance to see life through new eyes when she meets a girl who will be her new half-sister. Together, the two will be able to get to know each other’s personality better, as well as glimpse all the pleasures of the city they are in. ‘Mistress America’ is short and punctual in its attacks, trying to bring the daily lives of young people in their early 20s without trying to be presumptuous by choosing right or wrong in the behavior of all their characters.
4º – 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.
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