45º – Blind Chance (Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1987)Counting the change three stories of the life of one man by virtue of success in an attempt to catch a train, ‘Blind Chance’ studying how much we really have control of our lives. Here we will have dismembered the concept of chance and a final provocation on the notion of predestination. A film that raises many questions to his audience, without, however, bring any answer.
44º – Irreversible (Gaspar Noé, 2002)A man seeks responsible for brutally beating and raping his girlfriend, starting a self-destructive journey that will consume their freedom. ‘Irreversible’ is a film about the cruelty of time and chance. Here we have the opportunity to question human nature, its inconsistencies and its erratically to act on the world.
43º – The Mighty (Peter Chelsom, 1998)Drama touching on the power of friendship inserted at various levels of social contact, ‘The Mighty’ tells the story of two individuals who are in the other figure the strength to simply survive. Pearl displayed by the afternoon session for a few years that certainly marked the childhoods of several people.
42º – Carol (Todd Haynes, 2015)In the New York of the 1950s, an aspiring photographer ends up developing a complex relationship with an older woman, coming to blaze new paths for his life never thought at once. The conservative and macho American Society 1950 is faced by characters where moral constructions are demolished, even if in a painful way for all parties involved.
41º – The Elephant Man (David Lynch, 1980)A completely disfigured man is found and rescued from a circus by a sensitive doctor, come to show the world their qualities never demonstrated before. Directed by David Lynch, ‘The Elephant Man’ shows how elements that are beyond the social knowledge are attacked by its mere conception of strangeness, preventing different individuals from developing and defining a pathological pattern of normality.
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