USA, Spain, France
One of the Most Suspenseful Movies of 2001. Since, In the story, the protagonist, Grace (Nicole Kidman), takes her sickly children to a mansion on an island off the coast of England to await. The end of World War II, from which her husband is due to return. But her daughter and son suffer from a strange condition: they cannot tolerate direct sunlight. When three new servants enter the house, they must learn a vital rule. All rooms must always be in semi-darkness, and no door may be opened until the previous one is locked. Why? The answer is in the finale itself.
The Life of David Gale, 2002
USA, Germany, UK
Since, A well-behaved intellectual, teacher, and ardent opponent of the death penalty (Kevin Spacey) finds himself facing death by bitter irony. So, all the evidence is against him, and to get the truth out. He asks a young and ambitious journalist (Kate Winslet) to look into his case. However, it is an unusually interesting film, with a dizzying plot and developments.
A small town in Alaska is shocked as the brutal murder of a young 17-year-old girl takes place. So, a team of professional cops is sent there from Los Angeles to investigate the tangled case. Detective Dormer (Al Pacino): At first, everything in the case seems simple enough, but an accidental event suddenly complicates everything. The tension in the film is heightened by the dialogue and the cold Alaskan scenery. “Insomnia” is one of those rare instances where you don’t just watch the film, but feel the wind blowing. However, the smells are on the other side of the screen and suffer from insomnia on an equal footing with the main character.
“Obsession is a subtle and intriguing film. It seems that one more step aside and it will be either uninteresting or unpleasant to watch. However, this does not happen. However, on the eve of an important business trip, successful financier Matthew spots his ex-girlfriend Lisa. who mysteriously disappeared two years ago in a restaurant. So, forgetting everything, Matthew sets out on a path of deceit and suspicion to track her down. Trying to solve the puzzle through cryptic clues, he accidentally meets another girl. Because her name is Lisa too, and she may know the secret of the strange disappearance.
Taking Lives, 2004
Canada, Quebec. A mysterious maniac kills a number of people. Local cops enlist FBI agent Illyana Scott (Angelina Jolie) to investigate. It soon becomes clear that the killer enjoys living someone else’s life. So, using the murdered man’s credit cards, walking around his flat, and paying his taxes. However, an unwitting witness to the latest murder, Costa (Ethan Hawke), volunteers to help with the investigation. But will they be able to catch the elusive maniac?
The plot unfolds rather trivially at first. A cheating husband (Anthony Hopkins) tries to kill his wife. The young prosecutor (Ryan Gosling), who is already in a prestigious and well-paid job, takes up the case, especially since everything is so clear and understandable. There is a husband’s confession. However, it’s not that simple, and gradually the seemingly easy case crumbles before her eyes.