50 Life-Changing Movies To See Before Your Freshman Year

We have listed 50 films that everyone should watch before joining a college. The movies listed below explitam in their various plots of the basic intricacies of existence, some showing themes “thorny” intrinsic to an extremely interesting company for the youth who will start his journey of study, others fall exactly in this youth process and the interior of the nuances of college. Let the list!


50º – Crime and Punishment (Aki Kaurismäki, 1983)Based on a novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky, the film tells the story of an ordinary worker who decides, with no apparent motivation, murdering a wealthy man. The film gains its substance by exploring the events after such an act, showing the existential dilemmas of man, his relationship with a witness who witnessed the murder and the figure of life in its most visceral roots. more serious work of fantastic filmography of Finnish Aki Kaurismaki, ‘Crime and Punishment’ spells out the unpredictable nature of human beings, pondering over time, the weight of the past, the absence of this and aversion to the future.


49º – Manchester by the Sea (Kenneth Lonergan, 2016)After the death of his brother, a man wrapped in a self-destructive and depressive routine, it is entrusted with the task of taking care of his teenage nephew. However, little by little, with many fragments of the past of all the characters, we see why the man is in its current state. ‘Manchester by the Sea’ is a beautiful film, but it does not offer good points to your audience about the lives studied in the plot.


48º – 3 Women (Robert Altman, 1977)A naive young man from a small town of the United States have a chance to build their lives in California. Instead, the young woman, wrapped the reality of his new job, meet another young, this more mature and with a deviant behavior, developing a strange relationship of friendship with her. Irreproachable, ‘Three Women’ is a film that has a hot atmosphere that makes an active part in the plot and contrasting all the inconsistencies found in the two central characters. Another fact that also raises the level of the film to the nickname masterpiece is the breakdown of this strange drama that have in its final stretch, turning a psychological terror that will certainly scare you more than most characteristic films of the horror genre. Also worth highlighting the flawless performance of Shelley Duvall in one of the characters and of course,


47º – Citizen Ruth (Alexander Payne, 1996)A completely dysfunctional woman, living in poverty and with a drug addiction, discovers, after being arrested, she is pregnant. The film gains its substance when an anti-abortion religious group bails woman and decides to take care of it until the child is born. Belonging to Alexander Payne’s film, “Citizen Ruth” is a comedy that goes beyond the common sense of the genre, with an inherent mood dosage to their scenes and that much advantage is the talent of its protagonist, played a flawless way by actress Laura Dern.


46º – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Milos Forman, 1975)A man, seeking escape from prison, claims insanity and is sentenced to serve time in a mental institution after a crime. Instead, the man will realize that their decision may not have been the right one, developing, however, a strong emotional bond with the patients of the institution. Masterpiece Milos Forman, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest ‘raises a positive aura to tell his story, presenting different compendiums of human heart in the world.

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