Movies bring us joy and dreams, but they also reveal the truth and suffering for us.
It doesn't solve problems, and it doesn't give answers. But that's what cinema is, a part of our lives, an integral part.
Good cinema allows us to extend our lives in different dimensions. Through the darkness of light and shadow.
We have the opportunity to expand our life experiences across the limits of time and space, almost infinitely, while appreciating the eternal truths that are hidden behind the mundane.
This is a very rare life experience that helps us to transcend our own narrow life experiences and to raise our awareness of ourselves, society, and the world.
It lets us know that the world is a big place and that we always have the opportunity to make ourselves and the world better.
At the same time, it is not so perfect, it hides many extremes of humanity, and the darkness that is blocked from our view is even crueler.
But to understand ourselves and our humanity, then seeing the darkness is a must.
Films give us the opportunity to experience life differently in its entirety, to continue to have our own ordinary lives in the midst of the present while trying to make it better.
So today we recommend some classic films for you.
1. Star Trek
This film covers a wide range of physical theories and after watching it, you will understand a lot of the theoretical concepts in physics.
The plot of the film also leaves enough mysteries and twists to create a desire to continue watching.
The film expands on the limitations of fatherly love and laments its greatness of it, great enough to give one the courage to save all of humanity, a good film to recommend.
2. The Shawshank Redemption
This desperate and heavy-handed journey of redemption comes from the infamous Shawshank prison, from the original book by the master of thrillers Stephen King, and from the devotion of philosophical director Darabont.
The Shawshank Redemption is a story of enduring true friendship, indomitable soul-casting, and the fire of destiny.
3. No Country for Old Men
Javier Bardem's cold-blooded killer is the most professional and chilling killer I've ever seen, with his expressionless face looming over the entire film.
No Country for Old Men is one of the few films that keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout and does a superb job of creating atmosphere and pacing.
What sets this film apart from the usual thrillers is the profound expression of the film's themes in the metaphors of the various details of the film.
4. Central Station
In this critically acclaimed Brazilian film, the old man is not kind and the children are not cute, but they have a little warmth in their relationship due to various karmic encounters.
The story starts badly but ends well.
In this confusing and often disappointing world, there is a need for films that tell the rare and sincere story of human emotions.