5º – Glory Road (James Gartner, 2006)Set in the 1960s, the plot is the story of the first US college basketball team formed solely by black athletes in their starting cast, always working primarily with the vision of the coach of the team, a white man. Pearl hidden in the subgenre of the sport, ‘Glory Road’ sticks to a positive motivational charge to capture the attention of its viewer.
4º – Good Will Hunting (Gus Van Sant, 1997)A psychologist is tasked with the mission of psychologically assisting a young man with an impressive intellectual capacity, showing him the ins and outs to deal with his exacerbated behavior. ‘Good Will Hunting’ is an interesting work, which can be dynamic and at the same time conceptually interesting in the exposition of the topics covered. Its presence in this list is due to the professor who discovers the unique talent of the protagonist of the history, evidencing extremely positive spectra on the core of the profession.
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