15º – The Double (Richard Ayoade, 2013)Wrapped a dull routine bureaucratic work, a young man has his routine changed when a man exactly as it appears in your life. Based on the novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky, ‘The Double’, bringing an aura of suspense and gloom every scene, exposes the process of construction and deconstruction of identity in humans.
14º – Five Easy Pieces (Bob Rafelson, 1970)We will follow the daily life of a young man belonging to an upper class family who decided to leave everything behind and live an ordinary life. His anxieties, dilemmas, your exacerbated model to deal with the human apparatus, his friendships, his turbulent relationship with his girlfriend and his vision of the work are destrinchadas the film during the 98 minutes of projection. Pearl of the year 1970, ‘Five Easy Pieces’ explains how each subject has its quite evident subjective layer that prevents that traditional outlook on life is unique and unalterable. The book also exposes how little existential drama of a man completely adrift in the world, which suffers from this lack of direction. His bold end, while working with the whole aura of softness governed throughout the rest of the work, crown and makes this option comes very close to the nickname masterpiece. Oh, and as if all this were not enough, we still have Jack Nicholson as the protagonist in a touching and extremely visceral performance.
13º – Anomalisa (Duke Johnson, 2015)A successful writer is in a hotel to give a lecture. Instead, the man find the figure of a fan of his books the instance of an unexpected romance. However, the void in his life ends up being greater than its power to discover new things. One of the smartest animations arranged for the seventh art, ‘Anomalisa’ is strong, bringing a story that investigates all the pathological core contained in our model of looking at life.
12º – Memento (Christopher Nolan, 2000)After his wife was murdered and he was brutally beaten by a criminal, a man decides to go after the law into their own hands, with the limitation point a serious problem in your short-term memory. ‘Memento’ deals with the character of time in human life, showing an optimistic view on the concept of a meaning to our existence. A masterpiece of Christopher Nolan.
11º – The Vanishing (George Sluizer, 1988)After his girlfriend inexplicably disappeared from a gas station, a man finds himself completely obsessed with discovering what had happened to his mate. Suspense sad and guided the development of life to scare the viewer, ‘The Vanishing’ is a terrifying work on the strangest human motivations and the impossibility that we have to overcome certain facts of our history.
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