The 8 Best Philosophical Movies of All Time

By -  iMediaBuzz Team

One of the best suspense directors, Hitchcock, interacts with his audience as he lures them into a surprising world.

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1: Rope (1948)

It is a movie about individualism that is beautifully crafted in the German Expressionist tradition.

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2. The Fountainhead (1949)

While exploring philosophical and metaphysical issues helps one examine oneself, this movie is about the opposite.

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3. The Seventh Seal (1957)

Journalist Marcello Mastroianni, who is struggling to determine what to do next, appears in the movie.

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4. La Dolce Vita (1960

Eric Rohmer wrote this action-packed tale about an engineer in his early 20s.

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5. My Night at Maud’s (1969)

Allen plays the role of Boris, a character who was unable to go asleep with the lights off until he was thirty.

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6. Love and Death (1975)

The movie concentrates on the intellectual and moral repercussions of having television.

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7. Being There (1979)

Katie Holmes is demonstrating once more why she is a style legend.

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8.My Dinner with Andre (1981)