7º – Deliverance (John Boorman, 1972)A group of middle-aged friends decides to practice canoeing in a small town lake. However, the residents of the place present themselves as less pleasant than the men thought, leaving them in rustic and extreme situations. ‘Deliverance’ initially seems to be a simple suspense with a productive cast, magnificent settings and a dynamic direction. However, as the plot unfolds, we perceive increasingly disturbing events being exposed in each scene, resulting in an exacerbated event that leaves anyone impacted.
6º – Last Tango in Paris (Bernardo Bertolucci, 1972)The film follows the troubled relationship of a young French woman with an American middle-aged man. Controversial, ‘Last Tango in Paris’ is a good film, working with a simple and involving plot, always guided by common situations, but with impacting resolutions.
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