Rare Movies You Don't Know AboutBy Vika https://pictolic.com/en/article/rare-movies-you-dont-know-about
Rare films are those hidden gems that only you and maybe another friend has ever seen. They are not popular. They are unique, made with love, and completely deserve your attention.
The true story of Kon-Tiki is that of Thor Heyerdahl, an ethnographer who claimed that the Polynesians came from South America. To prove it, he and three friends set out on a primitive raft that would be used by the tribes and cross the ocean.
In The Enemy, Adam is a history teacher who walks around in a seemingly depressed state. He rents an abandoned apartment. Adam goes to work. He has sex with his girlfriend Mary. And it's all. But the quiet man's life unfolds quickly one night.
3. War against everyone.
War on All is John Michael's fourth script and is filled with his signature black humor and violence. Starring the unlikely duo of Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Peña as corrupt cops.
4. Very dark times.
It's just a reflection of high school-age characters. Teenagers kill time talking to comics and girls - but the road this movie takes will leave you unsettled. A tragic accident and subsequent cover-up set the suspense of a dark drama in motion. It's a sly horror film wrapped in robes of feeling.
Witch challenges the genre. The film is set in 1630, at the start of the New England witch-burning era.
6. Dear Frances.
Sweet Frances is an honest and funny portrait of female friendship in the big city.
7. If your girlfriend is a zombie.
In If Your Girlfriend Is a Zombie, a college student's girlfriend is unexpectedly resurrected the day after her funeral, and he must temper his joy with the fact that his true love is a zombie that wants to eat him. The horror of the situation is always present, but it is completely dissipated by the fantastically sarcastic tone. It's a funny movie, much more comedic than terrifying.
A tense thriller with a strange ending.
9. Walk along the Mississippi.
The movie is about trying your luck. Mississippi Walk stars Ben Mendelsohn and Ryan Reynolds as new gambling partners who travel the Mississippi on their latest trip to make money. Reynolds rarely plays such characters. He displays vulnerability along with his usual charms.
This is a dystopian romantic black comedy set in a world where loners have 45 days to find a mate or they transform into an animal.
11. Mudbound farm.
Mudbound Farm tells the stories of two families living in Mississippi after World War II.
Newly crowned after the death of his tyrannical father, Henry must leave his carefree life of fun and navigate the Machiavellian world of high politics and war. "The king has no friends, only followers or enemies."