50 Iconic Movies That Will Make You Love Everything About Life

45º – The Double Life of Véronique (Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1991)Fragmented on two fronts, the film tells the story of two identical women living lives, stories and in different places. Masterpiece Polish Krzysztof Kieślowski, ‘Dual Veronica Life’ is sensitive to explore the intricacies comprising the psychological and physical appearance of the protagonist (played brilliantly by actress Irene Jacob), feeding a powerful frame and working by impact the viewer .

 

44º – Blue Is the Warmest Color (Abdellatif Kechiche, 2013)The film explores the discovery of sexuality by two young, showing the warm relationship contrasts between them. Permeated by more hot scenes, ‘Blue is the Color It Hot’ is not a film for all audiences, with a concise history, but sometimes loses its essence in dozens of plans with strong sexual content. However, here we have a film that manages to enter all the changes contained in the world by unpacking each fragment of the most turbulent period of youth.

 

43º – The Danish Girl (Tom Hooper, 2015)Allocated in the first half of the twentieth century, the film tells the story of a man who, after run into a joke with his wife and dressed woman, ends up obsessed with the details of feminine beauty. We gain the substance of the plot to unravel the struggle of the main character to take his female persona, given an extremely prejudiced society at the time. Flawless from beginning to end, ‘The Danish Girl’ has a story that part of a unique subtlety, as well as small sad spectra that touch the viewer. also worth highlighting the beautiful performance of Eddie Redmayne ahead of the central character.

 

42º – Groundhog Day (Harold Ramis, 1993)A reporter is entrusted with the task of covering an event that hate in a small town. Instead, nursing a disdain for local nuances inexplicably man relive the same day countless times. ‘Groundhog Day’ is one of the greatest comedy films ever conceived, with the construction of a unique plot, managing to be funny and cause natural laughter at its beginning the viewer to an end. Entire central theme that the character lives with the incessant repetition of the same day until he realizes the importance of the figure of this for humans, puts the film in the intricacies of the ‘eternal return’ (philosophical concept proposed by Nietzsche). Fun and philosophy walking hand in hand.

 

41º – Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (Lorene S., 2012)In view of the imminent collision of an asteroid with the Earth, a middle-aged man and his young misfit neighboring begin a journey back to complete certain goals coming from their past. This film works with an exhibition of humor walking next to the sense of adventure, using an unparalleled dynamism and a short duration. Another positive point contained in the film are the productive presence of Steve Carell and Keira Knightley.

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