1 8½ (1963)
One of the indisputable masterpieces of the history of cinema.
Federico Fellini tells us about a director who works hard in every way to produce a film, even if he has no story in hand.
A funny and exciting poem, intelligent and light at the same time.
Marcello Mastroianni always fantastic with his arrogant and intolerant attitude.
A timeless film for everyone, of any taste and age.
2 State and Main (2000)
A small town is under siege by a major Hollywood movie production.
Initially annoyed, citizens will soon find out how to take advantage of the situation.
A smart movie directed by David Mamet that talks about love, stupidity and corruption; managing to make people laugh and think at the same time.
To see and re-evaluate.
3 Get Shorty (1995)
A small mobster has a lot of money in his hand after tracking down a thief.
Betraying his bosses, he decides to invest the money to produce a film.
Excellent meta-cinematic pulp film, directed with grace never forgetting small references to the great classics.