Movies you have to watch at least once in your life

Taste of Cherry (1997)

Abbas Kiarostami directed and wrote this minimalist drama. A middle-aged Tehrani man drives around the city looking for a burial partner after committing suicide.

Soul (2020)

Pete Docter and Kemp Powers directed this animated fantasy. An accident puts a music teacher in a coma. He wants to reunite his soul and body to get his big jazz break.

C/o Kancharapalem (2018)

This is a slice of life film written and directed by Venkatesh Maha. The film is set in Visakhapatnam, following four unconventional stories that are tied together by love and goodness.

Bicycle Thieves (1948)

In post-war Rome, Antonio, a man desperate for work, is shattered when the bicycle he needs for his job is stolen. With the help of his son, Bruno, he sets out to find it.

Masaan (2015)

Neeraj Ghaywan directed this independent drama. A few people's lives are affected by morality, tragedy, loss, and the cycle of life in the Indian Ganges film.

Rashomon (1950)

Akira Kurosawa's drama is known for its unique plot device. The Rashomon Effect results from subjective and contradictory accounts of the same event.