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Lost in Translation
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“Taxi Driver” is a psychological thriller about a Vietnam War veteran turned taxi driver who descends into madness and becomes a vigilante, seeking to cleanse the city of its perceived filth and corruption. As he becomes increasingly disillusioned and detached from reality, his actions become more violent and erratic.
“American Psycho” is a psychological thriller film that follows a wealthy investment banker named Patrick Bateman who leads a double life as a serial killer, indulging in sadistic and violent fantasies while maintaining a facade of normalcy in 1980s New York City.”
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Requiem for a Dream
“Requiem for a Dream” is a haunting and intense drama that explores the destructive consequences of addiction on the lives of four individuals, as their dreams and aspirations are slowly shattered by drug abuse. The film delves into the harrowing descent into despair, highlighting the devastating impact of addiction on both the individual and their relationships.
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“Fight Club” is a movie about an insomniac office worker who forms an underground fight club as a means of rebellion against consumer culture, which spirals out of control as it evolves into an anarchistic movement.
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