4º – Inside Llewyn Davis (Joel and Ethan Coen, 2013)A clumsy musician tries to survive the exacerbated and unappealing scene of music in the 1960s. Directed by the Coen brothers, the film presents the figure of a character misfit of his social environment, dismembering each meander that comprises his almost random way of ruling his day to day.
3º – Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (Karel Reisz, 1960)The film explores the exacerbated youth of a working-class youth, showing their intense and erratic way of dealing with the social arc. Pearl of the 1960s, ‘Saturday Night and Sunday Morning’ chooses to study a social layer little exposed by the cinema at that time, providing the viewer with a whole compendium of problems that understood those individuals.
2º – Bottle Rocket (Wes Anderson, 1996)Three friends decide to enter the life of the crime, executing a robbery. However, the clumsiness of the three for that puts everything at risk. Pertaining to Wes Anderson’s film, ‘Bottle Rocket’ provides an outline of three individuals who are not quite sure what to expect in the world. The journey they start ends up helping them to find out more about their essences and future projections.
1º – Frances Ha (Noah Baumbach, 2012)A young aspiring dancer embarks on an uncertain and unstable journey on the world. ‘Frances Ha’ is great in every scene exposed to the viewer. A film that raises like no other the rustic dilemmas found in youth, with the arrival of the most diverse responsibilities. Great choice of movies from Noah Baumbach.