Sad Session: Dramas You Both Will Enjoy
We offer the best pictures to watch on rainy summer evenings with your significant other.
Sometimes you want to completely break away from business and immerse yourself in the story on the screen, but for this you need to choose the right movie. Today we have compiled for you a list of great pictures with a dramatic touch that you can watch with your man an infinite number of times.
It would seem that superhero films are only interesting for school-aged boys, but no, James Mangold offers us a strong drama that stands apart in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The beloved hero in the X-Men universe, Logan, aka Wolverine, is losing his ability to regenerate and is slowly dying. It was at this moment in his life that he was given the task of ensuring the safety of a mutant girl unfamiliar to him, who must be taken to a safe place with the rest of the mutant children. What a sudden discovery awaits Logan on this dangerous path, and what a difficult and, unfortunately, the last decision he will have to make, you will find out when you sit down to watch today.
"One Day" (2011)
A melodrama that will appeal to the strong half of humanity. The film makes us think about the importance of the choices that we sometimes have to make, and often our decisions are not always correct and reasonable. Anne Hathaway and her co-star Jim Sturgess did a great job as casual acquaintances for whom annual meetings in the same place are beginning to seem suspicious. What’s next? We offer you to watch with your man and discuss a non-banal plot at your leisure.
Woody Allen doesn’t often bring us drama, but we’ve picked a great exponent of the genre on his directorial record. The plot revolves around the main character named Jasmine, who, having failed in her personal life, decides to move in with her sister in San Francisco. Throughout the film, we are accompanied by flashbacks of the girl’s past life, memories that unfold the story of the main character. The film is quite melancholic, so be patient, have a couple of cups of tea and, of course, your loved one at your side on a warm rainy evening.
Adaptation of the classic novel by Ian McEwan. The director was Joe Wright, who previously filmed "Pride and Prejudice" with Keira Knightley, whom he invited to his new picture. The plot of the film takes place in 1935, further events of the film take place against the backdrop of World War II. Thirteen-year-old Brioni, jealous of the young man for her older sister, accuses him of what he did not commit. As a result, this rash act destroys the fate of both the youngest man and Brioni’s older sister. A heavy tape that will definitely not leave you or your loved one indifferent. Definitely recommend viewing.