Which film has broadened your horizons and inspired you to think?

Here are the 8 films (including trailers) that made me think the most and broadened my horizons.

  • Pretty best friends

One of the funniest movies I’ve ever seen.
Friendship overcomes all boundaries and prejudices.

  • Life is beautiful

One of the saddest movies I’ve watched.

At the same time one of the most beautiful and sometimes funniest movies.

A father wants to protect his son from the dark everyday life of the concentration camp and turns it into a game…

  • The Club of dead poets

I watched the movie with my dad and my brother in mine.

Robin Williams is playing incredibly well.The film is a plea for self-development and fights against rigid systems.

The final scene is legendary.

  • Midnight in Paris

At first glance, it’s a romantic comedy.

On the second an appeal to realize his dreams.

The main character – played by Owen Wilson – is an American writer who loves Paris.

There are some people who love a place so much to give up everything for this place.Owen Wilson plays just such a person.

The film encouraged me in my decision to emigrate to Barcelona.

  • The pursuit of happiness

Anything is possible.
Even if this does not always seem so.
Very poignant and inspiring.
By far my favorite movie by and with Will Smith.

  • Good Morning, Vietnam

My favorite movie with Robin Williams.
Funny and heartbreaking, at the same time the film offers a little history lesson about the Vietnam War.

  • The principle of happiness

‘That’s me.And that’s three people. And I’m going to help him.
And then they do something for other people.That’s 9.
But it has to be something very difficult.Something that they can’t do on their own…”

A little boy has an idea, it creates a movement that changes the world.

  • The Boy in Striped Pajamas

An equally sad and at the same time beautiful film about the friendship between two 8-year-old boys.

One of the boys is Jewish and lives in a concentration camp.
The other is the son of a German soldier who works in the concentration camp.

A poignant film.

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