1. Gravity: The movie by famous Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón was awarded seven gold statues out of 10 nominations in the 2014 Oscar season. Choosing to approach the spatial context in a very scientific and realistic style, Gravity describes the terrible dangers that difficult work in space can bring. The film sends a message of belief in the seeming impossibility. The most difficult challenges can turn out to be opportunities for glorious rebirths.
2. Interstellar: The movie by renowned director and producer Christopher Nolan is described as a chronicle of the great adventures of explorers, set in a future world where the environment on Earth is devastated. When the competition for resources is no longer important, people must unite to find a solution. Science is the key to saving humanity from extinction.
3. Current War: The film recounts the great dramatic confrontation in the scientific history of the two illustrious scientists, Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse, based on real events. This is not a general biopic but a piece of art for contemplation of a period that brought about continuous revolutions with life-changing contributions.
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