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 ‘Black Swan’ works with a plot that changes with each outdated scene, permeated with twists and turns and assertively studying the figure of her central character.
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