4º – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (John Hughes, 1986)A teen decides to skip school to enjoy a sunny day with his girlfriend and best friend. In the course of the day, the three friends will go through the most diverse adventures and conflicts. Icon of the 1980s, ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ promotes a well-being in its viewer in a passive way, without looking for it, raising a simple plot, but that knows how to walk through various terrains of the human social construct.
3º – The Eighth Day (Jaco Van Dormael, 1996)A man disillusioned with his life ends up creating a bond with a young man with down syndrome who had fled from a mental institution. Together, the two will learn more about their lives, help each other, and envision new paths to particular conflicts. ‘The Eighth Day’ leaves the spectator satisfied with every resolution of history, without ever being forced.
2º – Rocky (John G. Avildsen, 1976)In the plot, a boxer accustomed to fighting in bars, has the great opportunity of his life when he is invited to face the champion of his category. ‘Rocky’ exposes the viewer to an optimistic plot regarding the construction of opportunities that alter various forms of life.
1º – Chungking Express (Kar-Wai Wong, 1994)The film separates into two axes of stories, always cherishing for exposing unusual relationships in bustling Hong Kong. We will have solitude and melancholy dominating the atmosphere of the film, without, however, leaving a heavy load on the film. On the contrary, everything here is light, giving an optimistic look about the human constitution in the world.