5º – Chungking Express (Kar-Wai Wong, 1994)Fragmented into two distinct stories, the film explores the relationship between love and loneliness in bustling Hong Kong. ‘Chungking Express’ is sincere in its attacks, bringing a plot that does not resort to a basic compendium of the genre, raising life as it really is. An incredible film, and that will certainly provoke a sense of reappraisal of life on the part of the viewer to its end.
4º – Holiday Affair (Don Hartman, 1949)After causing the dismissal of an employee of a toy store in the middle of the holiday, a woman feels obliged to help the man. However, little by little, the woman begins to fall in love with the man, having to choose between his current partner and him. ‘Holiday Affair’ is one of the best Christmas films ever conceived, using a simple but assertive story in its decisions. The double protagonist, with the presence of Robert Mitchum and Janet Leigh, is the sphere that makes the film unforgettable, both with irreproachable performances.
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