We’ve brought incredible movies for those who love philosophy. The listed works adhere in their plots to striking concepts in the field of philosophy, with characters who debate the roots and consequences of existence. They are films of different genres, some more simple in their proposal, others with powerful themes. Let’s go to the list!
10º – Groundhog Day (Harold Ramis, 1993)A reporter is tasked with the mission of covering an event he hates in a small town. In place, nurturing a disdain for local nuances, the man will inexplicably relive the same day endlessly. ‘Groundhog Day’ is one of the greatest comedy films ever conceived, with the construction of a plot without equal, succeeding in being funny and provoking natural laughter in his spectator from beginning to end. The whole central theme that the character lives, with the incessant repetitions of the same day until he realizes the importance of the figure of the present for the human being, puts the film under the meanders of the ‘eternal return’, concept proposed by Nietzsche. Fun and philosophy go hand in hand.
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