6º – Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003)During December, close to Christmas, we will follow the daily life of several characters exposed to the most diverse situations. Light and nourishing a motivational aura, ‘Love Actually’ is one of the great Christmas movies of the last 20 years. Its plot is very fragmented and with simple romantic touches enchants even those who are not fans of the genre.
5º – The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick, 2011)During the 1950’s, we will follow the life of a family, understanding how its components deal with the world and discovering more about the inexorable passage of time. ‘The Tree of Life’ moves the viewer by the honesty of its story, showing the hard questions of existence, but also pondering the pleasures of living.
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