10 Movies That Will Make Life Worth Living

8º – My Left Foot (Jim Sheridan, 1989)The film follows the life of Christy Brown, a man who was born with cerebral palsy, being restricted only to the movements of his left foot. Promoting always a positive atmosphere, the plot works with the concept of perseverance contained in the human being, making us rethink some constructions in our lives.

 

7º – As Good as It Gets (James L. Brooks, 1997)A middle-aged man, permeated by strange manners and reprehensible social behavior, has to learn to deal with new people, new habits and the deconstruction of his previous model of life. ‘As Good as It Gets’ conceptualizes well the core of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, explaining some of the elements that psychopathology offers the individual.

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