4. CLOSER (2004)

After a breakup, watching people more messed up than you, with even more horrific relationships, can be incredibly soothing. This film is a perfect example of toxic relationships that intersected a little too often. It depicts four people, otherwise with very little in common, unraveling and weaving a tapestry of complex romantic interactions with each other. Jealousy, love, obsession, affection and lust all take center stage, artfully showing different facets of each character's motivations and personality, while offering the viewer different viewpoints of the same situation. This is an excellent movie for those who want to see their own past relationships in a different light.

Alice meets the Daniel and their love story is beginning. One day, while photographing at a photo studio, Daniel meets the photographer Anna. They have a passionate affair, complicating the relationship of the couples. The movie is filled with some of very smart dialogues, worth to be remembered. It is a character dissection that evaluates every word someone uses. It is a tragic film that leaves no stone unturned and no possibility forgotten. Even though you hope for the best and believe it just may all work out you always seem to know better.The last scene will make you realize walking away from a bad situation was the best thing you’ve ever done.