Dear women, with all my heart we congratulate you on the holiday of spring , love and hope . On this day and all the others behind him, we want you to have a wonderful mood, which you can lift up by watching movies on our blog.
We have selected twenty films that have passed the test of time, they have become a real classic. All the pictures are different in genres and themes, but what exactly unites them is love for the person and non-indifference. You can also choose a movie according to your mood in the section The Most Romantic Movies for Valentine’s Day. Have a good time on our blog.
1. Alice no longer lives here (1974)
I’m just sure that the film “Alice lives here no longer” will be a real revelation for Martin Scorsese fans. So this film is not like all his further work, it is surprising that he decided to make a film about a woman for women . And his warm, touching attitude towards the weaker sex, compassion and participation are so felt that involuntarily forgive him for the rest of his repertoire.
2. Sorcery April (1992)
Just imagine the dank rainy April, the gray landscape outside the window, the bleak state of mind and body and despair, ready to roll and swallow you along with your plans. And suddenly, in a bus, train, tram, you see in large letters “A cheap house, almost like a castle, is renting. On the shores of the Mediterranean. Great panorama. The blooming acacia, wisteria and pelargonium will delight you all summer. ” Can this be resisted when it is, perhaps, the last chance to be reborn to a new life?
3. Ordinary people (1980)
Absolutely open end for all of us to fill it. So atypical for American cinema. Cinema from Robert Redford can not be predictable. It is for those who reflect on life, stops to at least once ask the question “What is it like to live with close people next to us”
4. Rachel, Rachel (1968)
Rachel is already 35 and there is no chance to change her hateful life. It so happened that after the death of her father, she remained with her mother, she did not find the strength to leave her and look for her own way. Over time, completely surrendered to her will, obeyed her whims and demands.
5. Charing Cross Road, 84 (1987)
Passionate reading fans – this film is about you and for you. You will physically feel the thrill of the heroine touching the binding of a rare book. And this story does not just make you cry and laugh with her.
6. Babette’s Feast (1987)
You will find some wonderful surprises and incredible enjoyment of beauty. Thin, with humor, deeply felt, this film is a real masterpiece. He deservedly received the main award of the American Film Academy as the best foreign film.
7. Secrets and Lies (1996)
I mentally admired these people. I said to myself, “Well, at last I see intelligent people, those who are able to stand in chaos and become guides.” The highest score directed by Mike Lee , the whole team of actors. And English cinema for an excellent psychological drama with a reasonable amount of hope, without which it is so hard to live in this crazy world.
8. Apartment (1960)
This is a story about an overly compliant employee (unbeatable Jack Lemmon ), who lends the keys to his apartment to different superiors for their secret adultery …
9. Ladies in Lilac (2004)
In addition to the joyful diversity that the stranger brings to the house of old ladies, he brings unpleasant feelings, long forgotten, tightly corked in a dusty chest of memory – Love and Jealousy.
10. At the end of the day (1993)
She asks what book he is reading. He hides the cover. She shoots him against the wall and sees that it is a love affair. She would never have thought that he could read novels! He confusedly explains that he reads such books in order to improve his vocabulary.
11. The Glory of My Father (1990)
my father’s glory
Another story of the relationship of fathers and children. How much she will give to the indifferent heart. This is the story of a happy childhood, which managed to create a wonderful loving people. This happiness from childhood lit up the following years of little heroes, gave them strength, confidence in themselves and endless love for their parents. And you plunge into this happy movie with your head.
12. Castle of my mother (1991)
Not a year later, as “The Castle of My Mother” appears, the continuation of the film “My Father’s Glory” is a no less vivid story about the world of childhood. And again with the eyes of a slightly older Marcel, we see his family.
13. 400 strokes (1957)
The name of the film 400 blows is something like the Russian idiomatic expression “thirty-three misfortunes”. So much, if not more, falls on the head of poor fellow Antoine. The life of a teenager in Paris in the late 50s is shown sympathetically frankly. So many places where you want to get just when you need to go to the hated school and listen to teachers there with the inclinations of prison guards.
14. Night on Earth (1992)
Want to fill gaps in geography? The film “ Night on Earth ” will help you wonderfully, even the map should not be opened. Five huge cities of the world, five taxi drivers who bring you anywhere, just covet. Five touching stories uniting the film into a single whole.
15. King of the Hill (1993)
The film “King of the Hill” by Stephen Soderberg is a story of a 12-year-old boy who was left to his fate by his parents during the Great Depression. This guy not only survived in insanely extreme conditions, but also gained something in terms of understanding life.
16. Prisoner of Second Avenue (1974)
captive second avenue
Probably, if every man suffering from depression received such a wife, then all the ailments would go smoothly, effortlessly, for fun! Anyone who has a bad mood, you need to watch this movie.
17. The Maid’s Diary (1964)
I love the film “The Maid’s Diary” . His fascinating rhythm, luxurious black and white photography, colorful characters and even the absence of music makes the film The Maid’s Diary completely unique, it never gets old, it becomes a sort of chronicle of the early 20th century. Everything is surprisingly reliable, not an ounce of falsehood. The great cinema of Bunuel was embodied in the uncomplicated story of a maid who came from the glitzy Paris to a remote province.
18. Vincent, Francois, Paul and others (1974)
Wonderful women surround our heroes. They are thin, everyone understands, they are trying to make life easier for their men. What I really liked about these people is respect for each other, no gossip behind their backs. Honest, direct conversation. It is not for nothing that this male friendship lasts so long – women support it with all their might. So rarely it can be found both in life and on the screen, that you begin to doubt, but is there any friendship at all?
19. Another year (2010)
“Another year” gave me heroes who would force themselves to love, to feel embarrassed, to compare themselves with them and to be outraged. I see a lot of films where characters do not have their own faces, but only attributes. In “Another Year”, all without exception are human, and some are even more than endowed with human qualities. I saw it and felt very good.
20. Hannah and her sisters (1986)
Again, again and again Woody Allen. This time epic. Under his lens or lancet, as you wish, a large family with its many problems, confusing relationships.
21. Careerists (1997)
“Careerists” – a film made immediately after the famous picture ” Secrets and Lies .” “Careerists” is a film about 30-year-old women. Seven years ago, they studied at a university in London and rented one apartment for two.