9º – Inside Out (Pete Docter, 2015)Proposing to the spectator a unique history, this animation puts us to experience several fragments of a woman’s life, going through her childhood until her adolescence. However, the unique initiative here is to bring these fragments through the eyes of the young woman’s psychological processes. Simplified, of course, we will have access to Joy, Sorrow, Anger, Fear and Disgust, all these forms of emotion giving room for personifications in caricature characters. ‘Inside Out’ is an animation that works with the best that the world has to offer to each scene. A funny work, well done and that still presents to the viewer sweet way some restlessness of our lives.
8º – Good Will Hunting (Gus Van Sant, 1997)A professor at an important American college ends up, by mere chance, discovering an invaluable talent in a young janitor who is out of place. By glimpsing this talent as well as destructive behavior, the teacher decides to seek the help of an old friend psychologist for the young man. ‘Good Will Hunting’ is intelligent and sensitive in his onslaughts, working with a story that shows how all individuals need to take special care for the full development of their qualities.
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