7º – Léon: The Professional (Luc Besson, 1994)After her family is killed in an ambush, a small girl is rescued by a professional killer. Together, in this unlikely partnership, the two will discover new instances in their lives, as well as engaging in various deadly entanglements. ‘Léon: The Professional’ is agile and fun from beginning to end, bringing the viewer a different action film, also elevating the psychological development of their central characters.
6º – Black Swan (Darren Aronofsky, 2010)A dancer is given the opportunity to perform a great dance show. However, the process of preparation for the event ends up gradually taking away the girl’s sanity, leaving her in a fight between reality and hallucinations. ‘Black Swan’ works with a plot that changes with each outdated scene, permeated with twists and turns and assertively studying the figure of her central character.
5º – The Shining (Stanley Kubrick, 1980)A man moves with his family to work as a janitor in an isolated hotel. In place, little by little, the man and his family will begin to flirt with madness, as well as realize strange things happening in place. Based on Stephen King’s novel, ‘The Shinning’ is a true masterpiece of horror cinema, bringing a unique performance by Jack Nicholson as Jack Torrance.
4º – Blow-Up (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1966)In London, a photographer finds himself completely obsessed with photographs captured by him in an empty park. A masterpiece, ‘Blow-Up’ works with a cold suspense, giving maximum substance to the siege that the central character is involved in. A film that draws a lot of attention from its spectator, using its 111 minutes of duration in an unretouchable way.
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