4º – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (John Hughes, 1986)A teenager decides to kill a day of class, taking advantage of the time to enjoy the day with his girlfriend and his best friend. ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ was a landmark film for the lives of several people. However, much more than a nostalgic memory, the film raises in its plot a love for the present, explaining the ephemeral character of life.
3º – Chungking Express (Kar-Wai Wong, 1994)The film is fragmented into two distinct stories, exposing the entire melancholic compendium that embraces love affairs in a crowded but lonely Hong Kong. ‘Chungking Express’ explicit positive concepts in the problematic of cold social relationships, always with immersive plans, managing to transpose the whole core of their characters.
2º – The Meyerowitz Stories (Noah Baumbach, 2017)We will follow the story of an unfit family, understanding how three siblings deal with the exaggerated figure of their father. Alternating comedy and drama, the film shows the degree of normalcy in some difficult instances of life, such as death, illness and abandonment, never attenuating the concepts worked. A great film, also featuring a masterful performance of the legendary Dustin Hoffman.
1º – The Royal Tenenbaums (Wes Anderson, 2001)In the plot, we will explore the day to day of several members of a family normal. ‘The Royal Tenenbaums’, like the movie above, works under the specter of an unadjusted family, showing in each character how the construction of life is done subjectively, no matter the elements that understand it.