3º – Crash (David Cronenberg, 1996)After getting involved in a serious car accident, a man ends up discovering a strange cult that gets pleasure from experiencing car crashes. Short and permeated by scenes with an exacerbated sexual content, ‘Crash’ proposes a plot that deals with the human relationship with the most diverse paraphernalia, exploring a forgotten side of the social layer.
2º – Kinsey (Bill Condon, 2004)Exploring the nuances of the life of Alfred Kinsey, the man responsible for breaking with moral taboos on human sexuality in the 1940s, the film will focus on showing all the various obstacles that have arisen in his path to the detriment of his unusual ideas.
1º – United 93 (Paul Greengrass, 2006)The film tells the story of a plane hijacked by terrorists on the fateful September 11, 2001. We will gain substance in the plot by capturing all the internal movements of the hijacked plane, living, as well as the characters, all that terrifying situation. Irretrievable from beginning to end, the film manages to bring credible fragments of history with an intrinsic dynamism to each scene, allocating itself among the great tragedies of the sub-genre.