Today we’ll go into bizarre movies, bringing ten great movies with strange and challenging stories. Below, we bring films that approach from the degenerative process of a man wrapped in an apartment with a tragic story to the apparently inexorable bond between twin brothers that is put at risk after the emergence of a passion for a woman. Let’s go to the list!
10º – The Holy Mountain (Alejandro Jodorowsky, 1973)Bizarre from beginning to end, this film walks through the unintelligible, bringing the strangest of human behavior. A film to be appreciated for the conception of its scenes, being recommended for those who enjoy this kind of cinema and for those who like Alejandro Jodorowsky’s filmography.
9º – Inland Empire (David Lynch, 2006)Created to be a kind of continuous nightmare, ‘Inland Empire’, despite being noted as a good film, is extremely uncomfortable for those watching. It is flat at unpleasant angles, always exacerbated performances and a plot that turns on its central axis.
8º – The Tenant (Roman Polanski, 1976)A man decides to rent an apartment in Paris. Little by little, the man begins to lose touch with reality inside the apartment, entering a self-destructive paranoid routine. ‘The Tenant’ is directed and starred by the legendary Roman Polanski, bringing a rustic story, bothering the viewer at some moments by the density of what is shown, destroying the degenerative process of a man.
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