5º – Days of Being Wild (Kar-Wai Wong, 1990)The film works its plot with the many faces of love, bringing lonely characters, wrapped in melancholy routines, living the most significant moments of their lives. ‘Days of Being Wild’ is unique in its genius, bringing every one characteristic cinema filmography of Kar-Wai Wong, exposing a special and compelling vision of love and passion.
4º – Blind Chance (Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1987)Three variations of one man’s life are exposed by the film, while taking as a starting point to get his act or not to take a train. Causing the viewer to overcome each scene, switching from a view of chance and sense of predestination, the film is powerful, it is not recommended for emotional instability moments because of the worked concepts of raw and without concessions.
3º – 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick, 1968)The film is included in the intricacies of human evolution, rescuing different periods of our history and building future events. Masterpiece of Stanley Kubrick, this film much demand for your viewer because of its slow pace, becoming tiring at times, but rewarding those who watch to a close.
2º – The Truman Show (Peter Weir, 1998)Wrapped in a relentless routine habits, a man, by mere figure of chance, just realizing that all his life had been a lie and your day to day was, in fact, all programmed and controlled by a kind of television show. Now it is up to him to go after the whole truth behind this story. ‘The Truman Show’ is different in its story arc, promoting the most diverse situations, causing a sense of revaluation of life by those who watch the film.
1º – Magic in the Moonlight (Woody Allen, 2014)The film explores the troubled relationship between a young man with a possible view to the supernatural aspects of the world and a middle-aged man skeptical. Directed by Woody Allen, ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ has a light atmosphere to govern the events of his plot, having a siege of pleasant situations and a great cast.