9º – There Will Be Blood (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2007)We will spend several years in the life of an unscrupulous man, seeing his erratic way of leading his life and his incessant hatred for the human apparatus. ‘There Will Be Blood’ is a masterpiece in all instances, bringing even the greatest current in the history of cinema, with the unparalleled performance of Daniel Day-Lewis.
8º – A Simple Plan (Sam Raimi, 1998)Three men discover a large amount of money in a plane that had collided in the middle of a forest, leaving no survivors. All three make a pact and decide to keep the money under some basic rules so as not to arouse suspicion. However, the figure of greed comes into play and will put the lives of all involved at risk. Using cold as an active part of the plot, ‘A Simple Plan’ shows how money corrupts certain bonds, eventually destroying entire lives.
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