Autumn Symphonies: the perfect streaming films for the upcoming season

We have selected for you five streaming films that tell the story of the melancholy, the colours, the suggestions and the feelings of the season now upon us.

Since thefall is now upon us, we have chosen five film in streaming which in our opinion best represent this season full of contrasting colors, gloomy days with cloudy skies and others radiant with clear cold ones. Autumn is most likely the season of melancholy, of impossible love stories, of painful but necessary choices. Or at least that’s how we see it in our personal cinematic universe, and the next streaming films fit into it accordingly. Enjoy the reading.

Five streaming films that tell the story of autumn

  • Love Story
  • The fleeting moment
  • Sleepy Hollow
  • Silver Linings Playbook – Silver Linings Playbook
  • If the street could talk

Love Story (1970)

The cult film directed by Arthur Hiller it tells an ordinary love story that becomes a love paradigm for a generation of spectators, or rather for many. But MacGraw e Ryan O’Neal they are the unforgettable protagonists of Love Story, which Hiller directs with a clear and precise vision of what he wants to tell. The autumn and snowy scenes in Central Park are the heart of the film, the perfect melodrama to hit the box office all over the world and reach the hearts of the public. An avalanche of Oscar nominations including film, direction and the two leading actors. A classic. Available on CHILI, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video, Paramount +.

Dead Poets Society (1989)

An elite school in the wealthy American province, a school year that introduces young students to the beauty of the surrounding nature as well as the teachings of the “rebel” Professor Keating. The perfect look of Peter Weir ago of The fleeting moment the drama capable of inspiring a generation of spectators, thanks also to the stratospheric script of Tom Schulman. The rest is done by one Robin Williams to bow, supported by Ethan Hawke in his first great acting test. Dead Poets Society is auteur cinema and mainstream drama merged as best as it could be. A masterpiece from times gone by that doesn’t want to fade away. Available on Google Play, Apple Itunes.

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

The genius of Tim Burton transposes the story of Ichabod Crane into images in a visually splendid film, elegant in the sets, autumnal in the precious photography of Emmanuel Lubezki. Johnny Depp to the best of his abilities as an introspective actor he does Sleepy Hollow a magnificent example of big budget cinema made with an auteur vision. Christina Ricci, Christopher Walken, Miranda Richardson for a memorable cast, as is the film. Oscar for Rick Heinrichs’ production design, truly incredible. Beautiful. Available on CHILI, Amazon Prime Video.

Silver Linings Playbook – Silver Linings Playbook (2012)

A man in psychological difficulty, the suburbs of Philadelphia that certainly don’t help you, a family that doesn’t understand everything that happens and the meeting with an equally problematic young widow. Bradley Cooper e Jennifer Lawrence they raise the quality of Silver Linings Playbook – Silver Linings Playbook to levels of great cinema of feelings, aided by Robert De Niro, Jacki Weaver, Chris Tucker. Many Oscar nominations, Lawrence statuette. Definitely successful film, one of the best of David O. Russell. Autumnal especially for the soul, but precious. Available on Google Play, NetflixAmazon Prime Video.

If Beale Street Could Talk (2018)

Bringing James Baldwin to the big screen is always a decidedly complex undertaking, especially a novel as dense and symbolic as If the street could talk. Barry Jenkins it embraces the melancholic, elegiac atmosphere of the love story between the two young protagonists to make it a socio-political drama of undoubted aesthetic invoice. Moments of great cinema, dormant but powerful passions, one Regina King very good and Oscar-winning as supporting actress. Film to watch again and love, perhaps even better than the previous Moonlight. Available on CHILI, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video, NOW.

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