20º – Stand by Me (Rob Reiner, 1986)A group of friends decide to embark on a journey in search of a body lost in the woods. During the journey, the friends discover more about themselves and about the tenuous and ephemeral ties that bound them. Nostalgic, ‘Stand By Me’ thrills especador to bring a small picture of the situations tangle comprising Childhood apparatus in humans, showing the discoveries, pleasures and pains of the period, always maintaining a highlight in particular the figure of friendship .
19º – 21 Grams (Alejandro G. Iñárritu, 2003)The tragic power of chance ends up joining three individuals, creating a grim bond between them, causing them to reevaluate the ways of their lives. Sad and melancholy in each scene outdated, ’21 Grams’ moves the viewer to work on the theme death to give strength to his plot.
18º – The Shawshank Redemption (Frank Darabont, 1994)Wrongly convicted for the murder of his wife, a man will have to rediscover his life inside a prison, knowing some people and amazing stories of place. ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ is a film that thrills his audience from the first to last minute, showing the adaptive factor found in humans.
17º – The Triplets of Belleville (Sylvain Chomet, 2003)During the Tour de France, an old lady realizes that her grandson and running the tournament was kidnapped by starting a journey in search of him, with the help of two singers already in a period of decline in full career. Light and pleasant in their history referrals, ‘The Triplets of Belleville’ can delight your viewer exactly your despretensiosidade to tell his story.
16º – Mary and Max (Adam Elliot, 2009)Unlike the vast majority of genre films, ‘Mary and Max’ brings a different approach on the concept of loneliness. Here, the issue is not necessarily a bad thing as evidenced by presenting positive fragments about loneliness. Another positive aspect of this animation is that two generations of able to talk completely opposite characters, giving the viewer an optimistic look at the social relationships in an increasingly sick society.
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