Site'm sure you've heard these names - David Lynch, Paul Thomas Anderson, Darren Aronofsky - but few people know about some of their films, diamonds do not fall into the public eye ... 1. Apart (Apart)
If David Lynch shot "Romeo and Juliet", the result will be something like this. In "Separately," it is a psychological disease "induced delusional disorder", in fact - a mental illness that causes hallucinations, shared between two or more people. In our case - lifelong friends and lovers.
2. Across the Hall (Across the Hall)
Unfortunately, Brittany Murphy died during the filming of this picture. "Across the Hall" was her last film. In it is revealed the tragic fate of her heroine. Paying tribute to the genre of film noir, the film looks like a jigsaw puzzle, in accordance with the concept of nonlinear fashion, where each scene shows a new piece of the puzzle.
3. Animal Farm (Animal Farm)
This film by George Orwell's famous novel was nominated for an Emmy. Although the plot and linear, but it's one of those movies that begin as a carefree sleep, and eventually turns into a nightmare.
4. The hotel room (Hotel Room)https://player.vimeo.com/video/78985282?color=ffffff&title=0&byline=0&portrait=0
If anyone known surrealist film, it's David Lynch and his "Twin Peaks" and "Eraserhead." But few people know that in 1993, Lynch struck another blow to the market three series of cinematic film called "The hotel room." Each episode takes place at different times, although neither the hotel nor the age of the employees do not change, change the only guests ...
5. Dead Girl (The Dead Girl) < br />
This is the second film starring Brittany Murphy from our list - it is beautiful unfolding story of the life of those who joined the young woman who had chosen the wrong path in life, and was killed. The film also looks like a puzzle, with coincidences and terrible omens that can be found throughout.
6. Where the Truth Lies (Where The Truth Lies)
Among the famous works of Atom Egoyan, such as "The Sweet Hereafter" and "Exotica", this is probably the biggest and most complicated, and perhaps the least known. Despite the fact that the film stars Alison Lohman, Kevin Bacon and Colin Firth, it went almost unnoticed. But if you missed it, you missed a lot.
This multi-layered film. In it not only tells the story of murder and sweeping trails, but also about how the book was written about this crime and its investigation a few years after the commission.
7. Millennium Actress (Millennium Actress)
"Spirited Away" - perhaps the most famous surrealistic anime film. But if anyone loves in his films "strange" because it is directed by Satoshi Kon.
His "Millennium Actress" tells the story of the famous actress, who has lived in seclusion for 30 years and finally agreed to before his death in an interview with two reporters. "Strangeness" comes when you begin to realize that journalists actually travel with her through the waves of her life.
8. True sadness (Perfect Blue)
If Satoshi Kon showed his sensitive side in the "Millennium Actress", his dark side without any reservations shown in "True sadness." The heroine of the film deals with the consequences of his rise to fame and fortune.
This is a movie that will surprise you and keep in the dark until the very end. You will be under constant pressure not only from watching violent scenes with terrifying us * Liem, but also on the reality of the job itself. Maybe you do not want to watch this complicated story, but if you start, before the end of the inspection.
9. Enemy (Enemy)
Underground se * with clubs, big ugly spiders, mysterious twin and much more make this film a masterpiece of surrealist cinema. The starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
10. Harassment (Following)
Christopher Nolan became famous after the success of his trilogy of Batman and the creation of the film, "Remember." But few people know about his first film shot in 1998, which is not inferior to many well-known films of this genre and is able to blow up the brain.
The film tells the story of a writer who draws inspiration from the daily harassment of strangers on the streets of London. He even set their own rules: never pursue one and the same person twice, never get into their home and not come to them on the job. But one day, he still broke the rule ...