30º – Enter the Void (Gaspar Noé, 2009)Nurturing an experimental aura to the unfolding of its plot, this film features small fragments of the life of a young man before and after an extreme event. Innovative in their design aesthetic, ‘Enter the Void’, as well as the entire filmography of the great Gaspar Noé, works to let the viewer uncomfortable with strangers plans and disorienting. However, all the work has meaning, whether collective or subjective, leading us to a unique experience and certainly unforgettable.
29º – High Tension (Alexandre Aja, 2003)When visiting the home of his best friend, located in a small rural area of France, a young woman is seen in a little pleasant situation when a serial killer breaks into the house at dawn, wiping out the entire family of that friend. Now it is up to her to survive and also try to keep alive his friend. Owner of an intermittent voltage (as its title indicates), this film is a pearl of the horror film of the beginning of this century. Are 91 minutes of scares and twists with little memorable scenes. But far from perfect, the film has one of the most pathetic of all kinds end, decreasing quite the brightness of the rest of the work.
28º – Inland Empire (David Lynch, 2006)Created to be a kind of continuous nightmare, ‘Inland Empire’, although excel as a good film, it is extremely uncomfortable for the audience. They are flat in some pleasant angles, always exacerbated performances and a plot that goes round in its central axis.
27º – Caché (Michael Haneke, 2005)After being threatened by a series of anonymous videotapes left on your door, showing a spy your day to day, a couple see their social and private life get in a degenerative inexorable process. Its director, Michael Haneke uses is quite the character of past elements, showing how some structures of our lives simply can not be forgotten. One of the great films of Austrian director career.
26º – Inception (Christopher Nolan, 2010)Using a plot permeated by nuances, mixing dreams and reality, ‘Inception’ features the best of what the filmmaker Christopher Nolan has to offer. It’s hard to keep up with the various changes of pace that history offers us, making the task of watching the film much more difficult.
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