The science fiction genre has some of the most iconic characters, monsters and, of course, memorable stories. Mark Hamill will always be remembered with his cinematic character, Luke Skywalker.
The acidic blood and skeletal designs of the xenomorphs in the "Alien" series are still scary and special. But what about International Sci-Fi Movies that are not well known among moviegoers?
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Such films from Norway to Spain have elements Like crazy scientists, they are erroneous experiments and Strange creatures, but what makes these works unique and Strange is that these elements are not necessarily the only winners of these films. Human characters and their relationships and complex themes that are not often seen in Hollywood blockbusters take up most of their time. The science fiction genre is all about humanity, its flaws, and everything in general. The films on this list use this genre to reveal good and bad human motives.
7. Stalker ( Stalker )
- Director: Andrei Tarkovsky
- Actors: Alexander Kaidanowski, Anatoly Sonism, Alyssa Friendlish
- Release Date: 1979
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 100 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the film: 8.1 out of 10
This film by Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky, at the time of its initial release, He did not receive much positive response. This is a philosophical film and calmer than what many are used to, but in the end it is a spectacular work. The film follows the story of a group of people in a specific place where the laws of physics do not prevail. People who visit these restricted areas are called "stalkers". It is still an influential film in the genre, and "Extermination" proved its importance in 2018.
This was the last film made by Andrei Tarkovsky in the Soviet Union before his voluntary deportation. Excessive controversy with those who guided Soviet filmmaking policy led to his decision. The film had a grueling production process and dangerous locations were used to make it. Tarkovsky is thought to have died of cancer at the age of 54, and a number of other cancer survivors have died as a result of the film's dangerous production conditions. The Strange thing is that almost the first half of the production process went wrong and the creators were forced to edit the final film using the re-filmed images.
6. I'm a Cyborg but no problem ( I'm a Cyborg But That's OK )
- Director: Park Chan Wook
- Actors : Im Soo Jong, Lee Young Ro, Jong Ji Hoon
- Release Date: 2006
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 92 out of 100
- IMDb points per movie: 7.1 out of 10
Korean director Park Chan-wook made this Strange and bitter romantic and comedy film after the revenge film "Old Boy". A young woman with black hair and pale eyebrows who appears to be completely gone considers herself a cyborg and is hospitalized. Another patient falls in love with him there. The Mental Health Center, a great place for Sci-Fi movies, has a unique look this time around. The film has a pastel color scheme instead of the usual dark setting and horrible fluorescent lights. In response to why he turned from such bitter and dark films to such a dramatic one, Chan Wook stated that he just wanted to make a film that his daughter could see. 5. Beyond the Black Rainbow ( Beyond the Black Rainbow )
- Director: Panos Kasmatos
- Actors: Eva Bourne , Michael Rogers, Scott Highlands
- Release Date: 2010
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 61 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the film: 6 out of 10
Panos Kosmatos made his feature film debut in Canada made violent films in the 1970s and 1980s. A woman named Elena somehow has a sixth sense. Psychic powers are more like a curse than a divine gift. Especially in the case of Elena, whom a research center wants to use to find a common ground between science and spirituality in the new age. The film's distinctive mood and catchy music take the story further than the dialogues. is not. As a child, Kasmatos worked in a video rental store, where he was not allowed to watch horror movies. He did his best to read the synopsis, use the cover images and make his own film in his mind.
4. The Skin I Live In ( The Skin I Live In )
- Director: Pedro Almodvar
- Actors: Antonio Banderas, Elena Anaia, Blanca Suarez
- Release Date: 2011
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 81 out of 100 >
- IMDb rating for the film: 7.6 out of 10
Pedro Almodvar, filmmaker The Spaniard hired one of his favorite actors, Antonio Banderas, as the insane surgeon, Dr. Ledgard. In this role, Banderas seeks to create flawless, flawless artificial skin. To do this, he uses a human subject, a young woman trapped in his house. As usual with Almodvar's other works, there are many melodramatic twists in the work that show that the film is really different and unconventional. Forced identities speak and create special and controversial moments. Pedro Almodvar, despite what has been said, still shows his own style and context. It is clear that most of the story takes place in a house that has been deliberately turned into a therapeutic space and the director has placed his favorites in his own style.
strong> 3. evolution ( Evolution )
- Director: Lucille Hajilhelovich
- Actors: Roxanne Doran, Max Brabant, Julie Paramentier
- Release Date: 2015
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 83 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the film: 5.9 out of 10
This French film is a combination of folk tales, Sci-Fi and horror And in addition, has its own artistic style. On an island populated only by women and boys, one child believes that adults are doing something wrong. The red starfish found along the shore is a dark symbol that will change the way you look at sea creatures for a long time to come. , Because the director seeks to break with tradition and leave behind stereotypes. Here, too, like Haji Halilovich 's first film, Innocence, viewers experience a Strange world from the perspective of a young character. The idea of "evolution" first came to the director before making his first feature film. After a hiatus of more than a decade from his first work in 2004, he finally provided the funding needed for the project.
The Untamed )
- Director: Emmett Scalante
- Actors: Roth Ramos, Simon Buchio, Eden Vilanova
- Release Date: 2016
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 86 out of 100
- Score IMDb to the movie: 6.1 out of 10
This Mexican movie is about a couple who are an alien creature And then the couple's unpleasant relationship turns into a passionate, attractive and, ultimately, absurd relationship. Most alien narratives focus on these creatures, but the film focuses on the characters' internal and personal issues. The film's director, Emmett Scalante, included two truly violent narratives in the film's story even before he thought of adding scary and Sci-Fi elements.
The first is an article in a local newspaper entitled It contained insults to homosexuals. The text of that article was about the drowning of a gay man. The second case was related to the murder of women. Scalante wrote the initial drafts of the screenplay, using examples of homophobia, discrimination and violence. The presence of an alien creature also allowed the director to direct the film in a different direction with visual metaphor.
1. ( Thelma )
- Director: Joachim Terrier
- Actors: Eli Harbo, Okay Kaya, Ellen Dorit
- Release Date: 2017
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 92 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the film: 7 out of 10
This Norwegian film was not even nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2017 Oscars. This is a shame. This is a thrilling film with a gloomy tone and a cold environment and contains a key Sci-Fi element, the main character's hidden mental ability. Despised, Thelma (Eli Harbo) enters the university and realizes that his abilities are dangerous to his classmates. These are the supernatural elements of this work. However, many audiences may at first think that Stephen King and his literary works and films adapted from them will inspire this project, but Thelma's story takes a very different path from "Kerry" and "The Arsonist." There are no hellish nights or special government agents in this movie. An interesting element of the film is the complex relationship between Thelma and her father. His father is the reason for rejecting Thelma and can somehow destroy it.
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