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Selection of films # 19: serials and movies with beautiful interiors

Each time we find more and more films inwhich have some really cool interiors. Not all, but only the best ones, make it into our traditional selection of movies on Mondays It's hard to believe, but in a week the twentieth issue of our weekly column, which has become so popular, will be released. It is read by more and more people every time, the advice is multiplying, but I wonder if you watch the movie that appears in the selections? Write in the comments here or on social networks, and for now we will draw up a plan for evening views for each day of this week. Last issue. Me, Robot (2004) The classic idea of ​​the not so distant future, when robots become a familiar part of life. Computerized filling of houses, minimalistic interiors, artificial intelligence - perhaps someday we will also live like this. And, of course, there will be the same conservatives as the main character of the film played by Will Smith, who hates robots and sees in them only a threat. The belief in the three laws of robotics is so strong that such statements seem to the public to be the ravings of madmen, but, as is usually the case, the latter are more often than not right. The king speaks!(2010) Royal apartments and palace luxury, high society outfits and the atmosphere of the thirties of the last century - the stylistic design of the picture was successful. For the scenery, the film was even nominated for an Oscar, but won much more - Best Screenplay, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Film. And this is not to mention the scattering of other awards. And the plot here is based on the biography of the duke, who takes over as king of Britain. The real story of George VI about the struggle with his ailment - severe stuttering - was somewhat distorted by cinematic conventions, but the film itself does not become bad from this. Marvin's Room (1996) A drama about the importance of familyrelationships with Meryl Streep, Diane Keaton, Robert De Niro and twenty-year-old Leonardo DiCaprio starring. A clash of completely different characters, an incurable illness of a father who needs to be cared for in his house, a teenager who has strayed from his hands - the problems are layered one on one, but the main essence of the film is that you should try to accept and hear others. And then in any, even the most hopeless situation, a ray of hope will dawn. The Secret Life of Pets (2016) Thursdaythere is a new cartoon coming out, so we recommend planning a family trip to the cinema for this miracle. A sweet, kind and funny picture can give an hour and a half of pleasure and good emotions. And also to give an idea of ​​what pets really do while we are at work. The editors have already appreciated the cartoon, and we assure you that there are much more jokes there than were shown in the trailers. Selling a Bottom Line (2015) This financial dramabased on true events, was in the top three contenders for the "Oscar" this year. Topical topics about the global economic crisis of 2008 and several analysts who predicted it, coupled with the expressive presentation of material by director Adam McKay, attracted many viewers to the cinema, including those who were completely unfamiliar with the specifics of working on the sidelines of Wall Street. Swaps, hedge funds, mortgages and bond tranches are confusing even for the pros, so there are moments in the film when the actors look at the camera and begin to explain exactly what is going on. For example, Margot Robbie from the champagne bath. I'm Not There (2007) Everyone knows the legendary BobDylana is a singer and composer, one of the most significant figures not only in the history of rock, but in music in general. The film "I am not there" is dedicated to his life. Six different stories, in which six different characters, to one degree or another, touch on a certain period of the great musician's life, starting from childhood, during the war. The scenery and surroundings perfectly symbolize every stage in Dylan's career and life. Vanilla Sky (2001) Studying the Castof this film, you can break the tongue from the names - Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz and so on. And the plot, which at first seems so simple, becomes overgrown with details and becomes very deep in the course of the action. The main character, who owns a publishing house and lives in an expensive apartment, suddenly gets into an accident that radically changes his life. The film gives you the opportunity to look at yourself from the outside, you just need to "open your eyes".

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