50 Movies That Will Change Your Life

35º – Frances Ha (Noah Baumbach, 2012)The film tells the story of a young dancer who governs his footsteps over the world with an impregnated uncertainty in his way of being. ‘Frances Ha’ is a work that questions the collective sense that society gives to happiness, discarding the subjectivity of the individual and raising doubts feelings about what is really right for your life.


34º – While We’re Young (Noah Baumbach, 2014)A middle-aged couple discovers a source of comfort when friends see two enthusiastic young. The film works on the concept of aging is overwhelmed by social, imputing this natural life instance of a negative quality that prevents obtaining pleasure in daily activities.


33º – Happiness (Todd Solondz, 1998)This work summarizes the whole idea of ​​this list. Here, we see the pursuit of diverse characters for happiness, experiencing the most diverse types of physical, moral or psychological obstacles, only to discover that the sought element does not exist. A provocative film, repulsive at certain times, but deliciously precise in its investees. One of the most audacious films of the 1990s and the greatest work of the great Todd Solondz career.


32º – Sideways (Alexander Payne, 2004)Two friends facing each of its form, an existential crisis at the expense of arrival at middle age, decide to make a trip to a city famous for its wines. However, the trip elencará various confusions, love affairs and even more psychological problems for both. Fun, raising a melancholy aura about the events of the plot, the film stands out for its simplicity when studying complicated periods of human life. The figure makes the film to be included in this list is the city and the wine tasting, which can leave the viewer with mouth watering.


31º – Spirited Away (Hayao Miyazaki, 2001)During a change of residence, a girl loses her parents and meets a new world, far more dangerous and spectacular. Now, the girl will try in every way to resolve local disputes and return to their parents. is guiding as one of the best Japanese animation ever conceived, ‘Spirited Away’ is included in this list due to the exposure of various elements related to food throughout history.

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