15º – Anomalisa (Duke Johnson, 2015)A successful speaker has the mission to spend a few days in a hotel where you have to make your next job. Cold in his ways, the film tells the story of a character in a continuous distance path to the world. ‘Anomalisa’ does not propose positive views on the threads of the plot at any time, formulating a rough story about the way we consume our social relationships in contemporary society, as well as works on the concept of depression.
14º – Fargo (Coen Brothers, 1996)A financially desperate man lays a preposterous plan to kidnap his own wife and charge a large amount of his rich father for the ransom. For this reason a man hires two criminals. However, the plan goes horribly wrong, leaving the man in a game against time to capture. ‘Fargo’ is directed by the Coen brothers, who can create a unique atmosphere to the film. Here, the cold serves as a key element in the dynamics of the plot, leaving everything substantial.
13º – The Wolf of Wall Street (Martin Scorsese, 2013)The film based on the life story of Jordan Belfort, tells the story of the rise and decline of a man eager for success and money. Merging the erratic elements of life of his characters with a slight aura of comedy, ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ is not so unique in the filmography of the director and the film above, but also has good elements that clash with the regular apparatus Scorsese.
12º – Arrival (Denis Villeneuve, 2016)In the plot, when several ships of unknown origin land in various locations around the globe, one linguist is hired to help in trying to find out the reason of the objects are on earth. ‘Arrival’ is a rhythmic film, handing details of his story so dosed the viewer, always working to emanate some confusion about what is seen. The film snake enough attention from the viewer, the main driving ball to the ways of the plot the figure of time in human life.
11º – Solaris (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1972)A psychologist is sent to a space station to investigate why the motivations of the local crew had gone mad. Another member of the filmography of the Russian Andrei Tarkovsky on this list, ‘Solaris’ uses few environments to govern his plot, trying to put the viewer to experience, along with the characters, all the little pleasant and dangerous aura governing the story.
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