8º – The Straight Story (David Lynch, 1999)After discovering that his brother is sick, an elderly man decides to cross the country on a small tractor to see the familiar. Pearl loose in the filmography of David Lynch, ‘The Straight Story’ is a film about the instance of perseverance contained in the human being.
7º – Stand By Me (Rob Reiner, 1986)A group of friends decides to start a journey behind a possible body lost in a forest. Beautiful in all his ways, the film leads us through the various nuances of childhood, without ever making concessions to show the eventual displeasure of the period.
6º – Dead Poets Society (Peter Weir, 1989)In a rigid school with conservative standards, a new teacher will question the meaning of life found in his students. ‘Dead Poets Society’ serves as a kind of therapy to its viewer, providing both positive and negative aspects about life. Great movie, still counting on the positive performance of Robin Williams ahead of the central character.
5º – The Shawshank Redemption (Frank Darabont, 1994)Falsely condemned for the murder of his wife, a man will have to learn to deal with life within a prison. A 1990s masterpiece, ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ presents some of the greatest qualities a human being can possess, making us reevaluate some of the basic precepts built through time.
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