3º – Enemy (Denis Villeneuve, 2013)Wrapped in an insensitive and insignificant life, a teacher will see his life gain a new meaning after discovering the existence of an actor who looks exactly like his, becoming completely obsessed with the fact. Born from the prolific Denis Villeneuve cinema, ‘Enemy’ does not exactly bring out the best of the filmmaker, but it succeeds in attracting the attention of its viewer to the unique atmosphere emanating from each scene and its strange plot.
2º – Solaris (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1971)A psychologist is sent to a space station to investigate the reasons that led a crew to madness. Another member of the Russian filmography Andrei Tarkovsky in this list, ‘Solaris’ uses a few environments to govern his plot, trying to put the viewer to experience, along with the characters, all the unpleasant and dangerous aura that rules that story.
1º – Persona (Ingmar Bergman, 1966)A nurse is put in charge of an actress who has recently suffered a psychological breakdown. In complete isolation, the two will begin to enter into a cathartic process that will change the way they understand life. ‘Persona’ works with the figure of the construction of social masks in the human being, evidencing how we can sometimes dress them and forget about our own essence.