Movies, allowing you to look at life from a different angle and leaving an indelible mark.

Shutter Island
Featuring Leonardo di Caprio with Mark Ruffalo and always versatile Ben Kingsley and directed by Martin Scorsese.Two federal marshal Teddy Daniels and Chuck Owl come to a psychiatric hospital for dangerous criminals to investigate the mysterious disappearance of one of the patients. Shutter Island will surprise you, scare you, puzzle you, demand attention and respect from you. In the ending scene if you don’t gasp and go “I never saw that coming” then I feel sorry for you.

Fight Club
The story follows a nameless office drone (played by Edward Norton) that comes in to contact with a flamboyant soap salesman played by Brad Pitt. Together the two start an underground bare-knuckle boxing club, and after it catches on, they slowly mold their group of disaffected young men into an unofficial guerilla army that rebels against the status quo by performing bizarre acts of sabotage and vandalism. Anyone who’s seen Fight Club knows this is just a tiny part of the story, but that’s why this film continues to be one of the weirdest experiences you’ll ever have at the movies.

The Jacket
Joe Starks, a veteran of Desert Storm, the type with a persistent character and genuinely kind eyes, gets in a psychiatric hospital after being convicted of a crime he did not commit. Starring:Adrien Brody, Keira Knightley.

Mr. Nobody
We follow the story of the man Nemo Nobody (Jared Leto) who is 118 year old man, the last mortal on Earth. Except him, all others people are immortal and they just want to know how he lived. Nemo himself says that he remembers nothing about his past and a psychiatrist, Dr. Feldheim, tries to make him recall memories through act hypnosis, and in that moment, majority of this story begins. And then we follow his life in three acts and every one of them is unique in his own way.

The Thirteenth Floor
One big expert in the field of computer programming and development has created a system that allows one to plunge into a virtual reality modeling New York in the 30-ies of XX century. Without waiting for the moment when it will be brought to mind, newly, but no longer young, the creator decides to visit his new short-term reality for the purpose of sexual pleasures. Film is directed by Josef Rusnak. The film stars Craig Bierko, Gretchen Mol, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Dennis Haysbert.

The Fountain
Three stories in three different periods of time, stories of selflessness in the sense of one person . And every story can be a separate film, and each story should be awarded.Directed by Darren Aronofsky, and stars Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz.

The Truman Show
Jim Carrey plays Truman Burbank, the first child ever legally adopted by a corporation. His entire life is constructed inside a gigantic set, encompassing the picturesque town of SeaHaven. Everything is artificial — from the buildings, to the people, to the very sun above his head.

Memento
The young man Leonard has a rare disease – loss of short term memory. He remembers everything up until the day X – the death of his wife, but does not know where he slept yesterday and what kind of people are around him. With such disease Lenny has a goal – he must avenge the murder of his wife.The main character is played by Guy Pearce and directed by Christopher Nolan

The Matrix
Gives a great representation of exactly what we are to the Elite of the world –batteries. We fuel their entire matrix and designed system. Perhaps even more profound is how this film reveals what it is like to awaken and step out of The Matrix into the real world. Only the minds stories and your ego are what limit you.Stars: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne

The Bothersome Man(Norwegian: Den brysomme mannen)
Film is about choice. About framework that we put ourselves in doing in life as accepted.The inhabitants of this strange city have it all, and, at first glance, no problems. They live without emotion, even smiling through inertia.In the main roles were Trond Fausa Aurvåg, Petronella Barker and Per Schaaning.