4º – Blind Chance (Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1987)Counting the three-story variation of one man’s life by virtue of his success in trying to catch a train, ‘Blind Chance’ studies how much control we actually have in our lives. Here we have dismembered the concept of chance and a final provocation on the notion of predestination. A film that raises many doubts to its viewer, without, however, bringing any response.
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3º – Memento (Christopher Nolan, 2000)After his wife is brutally murdered, a man tries in every way to find the person responsible for his death, having as a hindrance the fact that he has a problem that makes him only able to use his short-term memory. The film makes the viewer rethink about the constructions of their lives and about the meaning it gives to their day to day life.
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