5 films where the hero changes life 180 degrees
Motivational films that will inspire you to exploits
Sometimes you need a push to change… Where can you get it, if not in films created by brilliant directors and have long become classics? Here are five films carefully selected by allforwomen.inform.click.
In the wild
An adaptation of the novel of the same name by Jon Krakauer will delight fans of the epic genre. The protagonist of the film, Christopher McCandles, is a real traveler! A man goes to the Alaskan icy desert instead of the career of a lawyer, prepared for him by his parents. Instead of financial well-being and a certain life path, the hero of the film decides to trust his feelings and follow his dream. If you are just as tired of the routine and management of you, watch the film – it will make you rethink your life guidelines.
The Truman Show
Have you ever felt like your life is like a TV show? The hero of the film, Truman Burbank, lived in ignorance from birth, unaware that his every action was broadcast live on television. The film depicts a character who challenges and ultimately escapes from a contrived world that is a media invention. The Truman Show is a brilliantly conceived satire around reality, where the outside world strives to influence a person’s life and thoughts.
What at first glance appears to be a film with a very poignant depiction of racial tensions in post-9/11 America is actually a psychological drama. "Crash" reveals the nuances and complexities of human nature. Reflecting the various nuances of the human personality, this film is an exploration of people’s preconceptions about race. The film provides a strikingly successful portrayal of stereotypes and is sure to make you think twice before making a quick judgment about the people you meet for the first time.
The Shawshank Redemption
The Shawshank Redemption is an ode to hope. The undisputed leader of the IMDB Top 250, this classic of the genre tells the story of inmate Andy Dufresne, who has been imprisoned for 19 years in Shawshank Prison. The film will teach you not to give up in difficult situations, to keep faith in yourself and adapt to any life circumstances. So that even in a seemingly hopeless situation, you do not give up, but strain the convolutions of the brain and think about solving the problem.
Waking Life is one of the most brilliant films ever made. According to the idea of the director, the nameless hero goes through a fabulous state from which he cannot wake up. Throughout the tape, he encounters different people, sometimes becomes a silent witness to monologues, sometimes enters into a conversation on various topics such as reality, free will, anarchy, suicide and cinema, each of which is vividly illustrated by script inserts. An animated masterpiece by Richard Linklater with a very apt soundtrack will certainly leave you inspired to exploits and turn your life into the direction that you have long dreamed of, but could not decide.