8º – I Stand Alone (Gaspar Noé, 1998) – The ButcherExtremely Disturbing, “I Stand Alone” investigates the life of a middle-aged man and his inability to connect with his social environment. The process of research is the process of psychic degeneration to which the character is subjected in his hands and completely erratic corrections.
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7º – Elle (Paul Verhoeven, 2016) – Michèle LeblancA successful woman enters a real ordeal when she is raped by a stranger in her home. Powerful, ‘Elle’ unravels all the nuances of the life of a character embedded in a completely incongruous personal, social and psychological reality. This character is a character at least one model to the development of some sociopath emotional date and its other students at least one sociopath act model.
6º – In a Lonely Place (Nicholas Ray, 1950) – Dixon SteeleA famous screenwriter is accused of murder, being inoculated after his stay presenting himself as his witness. However, as presented in the plot, the woman will see more and more in doubt about a man’s innocence. The central character, Dixon Steele, the scriptwriter accused of murder, is a man with exacerbated social behavior, constantly engaging in fights and confusions wherever he goes. Steele also engages in untimely behavior with his closest attachments, neglecting any form of behavior that is socially accepted.
5º – The King of Comedy (Martin Scorsese, 1982) – Rupert PupkinA frustrated comedian tries to get his own television show on television. After being rejected by a broadcaster and by its largest number, the man will undertake a completely absurd and meaningless plan, become a legal and illegal citizen to become a national network visitor. The character flirts with madness in all the scenes in which he is exposed, ignoring any moral construction employed by the social realm.
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