50 Inspirational Movies That Will Change Your Life

45º – To Joy (Ingmar Bergman, 1950)In the plot, we will enter the lives of two young musicians who fall in love and end up getting married. We will explore several years of their lives, understanding a little of the troubled relationship between the two, their joys and sorrows. The first success of the Swedish Ingmar Bergman’s career, ‘To Joy’, in addition to his concise plot, has some beautiful scenes, such as those captured inside the orchestra, resulting in a beautiful work.


44º – An Affair to Remember (Leo McCarey, 1957)The film explores the various nuances of the ephemeral relationship between a man and a woman, always against the backdrop of a nostalgic figure of love: ‘An Affair to Remember’ is one of the most famous romantic films of the 1950s, using a sensitive story, a quality direction and a cast with great names.


43º – To Catch a Thief (Alfred Hitchcock, 1955)Suspected of a series of jewelry thefts he had not committed, a former thief will start a private hunt to discover the identity of the perpetrator in order to escape the guilt. Belonging to Alfred Hitchcock’s cinema, ‘To Catch a Thief’ is dynamic in its scene unleashing, offering the spectator a plot that changes every minute, also counting on the always positive presence of Cary Grant and Grace Kelly as the central characters.


42º – The Unbearable Lightness of Being (Philip Kaufman, 1988)Allocated in the middle of the 1960s, the film tells the story of a love triangle, exploring the adventures of its members, always against the backdrop of the turbulent political scene of Prague at the time: ‘The Unbearable Lightness of Being’, a film based on Milan Kundera’s novel, works on the various nuances of a lifetime, elevating the figure of chance in each scene fragment and in its central characters.


41º – The Notebook (Nick Cassavetes, 2004)The film explores different phases and fragments of the relationship between a man and a woman, working as a central character for the development of the story the figure of time in its central characters. ‘The Notebook’ is that typical film to watch with the person you love, bringing a beautiful story that gets emotional at certain moments.

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