We’ve selected ten hard-to-understand movies that will tie a knot in your brain. Below are films from the genres of drama, suspense, romance and action, always working with complex and demanding plots from your viewer. It’s also worth saying that all the options listed are real pearls of the seventh art and will leave you thinking about your stories for several days after they’re finished. Let’s get to the list!
10º – Donnie Darko (Richard Kelly, 2001)An adolescent suffers from constant visions of a creature that gives him destructive coordinates about his existence in the world, leaving him unable to distinguish reality from hallucinations. Donnie Darko’ uses an obscure atmosphere to give rhythm to the compendium of scenes and its story, making it a great option for those who want a challenging film.
9º – The Prestige (Christopher Nolan, 2006)In the plot, two magical rivals undertake journeys completely without limits in order to overcome each other, resulting at times in tragic events. Irretrievable, ‘The Great Trick’ is a drama with light touches of suspense and mystery, elevating a plot that alters as we move forward and that can capture the viewer’s attention with intelligent resolutions.
8º – The Perfection (Richard Shepard, 2018)Completely freaked out in all its aspects, this film puts us to follow the nuances of two young musical artists belonging to an important school of the area. The plot gains its substance when one of them seems to have a desire for revenge against the other girl and the school, placing the viewer and all the other characters in a creepy game, permeated by twists and turns. A true pearl of the seventh art, the work is certainly not recommended to all audiences. The exacerbated content in its graphic and story apparatus requires quite a lot from the viewer. However, it is worth saying, all commitment is rewarded in the end, closing with mastery a unique story. The performance of actress Allison Williams still stands out, showing an interpretation as crazy and accurate as the film.
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