3º – Easy Rider (Dennis Hopper, 1969)Two unsuitable motorcyclists embark on a journey across the United States, simply enjoying the things each place has to offer. The film is not assertive in setting out its final goals, bringing the viewer a plot that always stabilizes at the same pace. ‘Easy Rider’ is a memorable road movie and is characterized as one of the most influential works of the 1960s.
2º – The Graduate (Mike Nichols, 1967)After starting a new relationship with a girl he had fallen in love with, a young man will have his life changed after discovering that her mother was a woman with whom he had an affair. Mike Nichols’ masterpiece, ‘The Graduate’ blends the obligations of early adulthood with the exacerbations of late adolescence, counting on Dustin Hoffman’s unforgettable performance in front of the protagonist.
1º – To Kill a Mockingbird (Robert Mulligan, 1962)A respected lawyer decides to help a black man falsely accused of a horrible crime. Now it is up to him to deal with a city that is extremely racist in its wake: ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, a film based on Harper Lee’s novel, alternates between positive and negative moments, reaching its apex of quality exactly in the theme of racism being debated. It is also worth mentioning the great performance of the legendary Gregory Peck in front of the main character.