10 films that inspire you to travelBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/10-films-that-inspire-you-to-travel1
No matter how diverse travel films are in their genre, plot, content and place of action, they are united by one thing — after watching a really good road movie, there is an irresistible desire to say "bye" to relatives and, packing suitcases and taking a reliable friend, go to conquer the planet.
In order to inspire you to take such a step, we have selected ten travel-motivating films that will not only instill a taste for travel, but also change your worldview and give a lot of new information for the mind. We promise you will not regret the time spent watching them, and some will even want to review them again. Although, of course, no film can compare with their own experiences and experiences.
A couple of Mexican teenagers who have just graduated from school and are eager for adventure, meets a Spanish girl Luisa at a family celebration. Having lied to her with three boxes about their wanderings, they invite her to travel with them to the beach they invented. The film perfectly reveals the life of Mexico — from urban realities to the traditions of the inhabitants of the hinterland.
The film tells about the travels of two bosom friends: Alberto Granados and Ernesto Che Guevara. At the beginning of his journey, young Che did not even think about the political situation in his country. But after seeing how ordinary Latin Americans live, he understands that something needs to be changed and courageously gets down to business.
One of the best travel movies. A popular student at his college, Christopher McCandless sends all the twists and turns of social relations to hell and, having sold his property, goes to Alaska to spend the rest of his days in nature. Well, who among us has not dreamed of the same thing from time to time?
A funny comedy by a little-known director Jamie Yuss. When a bottle of Coca-Cola falls from the sky near the parking lot of African bushmen, a young hunter has to leave his habitual habitat and come face to face with civilization. After watching this movie, you realize that a completely different world is spread out behind the stone jungle of our cities.
Heinrich Harrer, a man who had everything — popularity, success and a loving wife, throws it all away to conquer the most inaccessible peak in the Himalayas. His journey has stretched somewhat (for seven whole years), and during his travels, Henry, who has gained wisdom in conversations with the Dalai Lama himself, rethinks his selfish behavior and embarks on the path of enlightenment.
"Blood Diamond" shows not too facetious part of African history, but one that must be shown. Despite (or maybe thanks to) the undisguised cruelty of the action, it is impossible to break away from the screen. And after watching it, you feel obligated to learn more about the culture, traditions and life of those places that are shown in the film.
Three brothers who are not particularly different in intelligence and intelligence, who have quarreled with each other for a long time, find themselves on the same train traveling through India. Following to their native lands to pay tribute to their deceased father, the brothers are trying to restore the lost family ties and find the meaning of life.
The story of an unusual love triangle and a guide to Barcelona in one film. The magnificent script and direction of Woody Allen do everything possible so that after watching you want to wander around this city and have an affair with a hot Spanish girl.
Any movie about the famous super agent James Bond is able to awaken a passion for travel. Cuba, Barcelona, Istanbul — the list of places where Agent 007 was able to visit covers almost the entire globe.
It would seem that an ordinary road movie about crazy American teenagers from the 70s becomes something more on common sense. After viewing, there is a wild desire to get out of the closet battered bell-bottomed jeans and, sitting in an old wreck, go to see the American South with your own eyes.