Category: Philosophical Movies

The movie industry provides precious matter for philosophers and key philosophical questions. From Chaplin to Woody Allen, find out our analysis of the most philosophical films.


Requiem for a Dream (Analysis)

Requiem for a Dream and the addiction problem Requiem for a Dream, directed by Darren Aronofsky,  is a generational film and a philosophical one, as well as Trainspotting. Its themes are indeed at the...

The Kid – A philosophical analysis 0

The Kid – A philosophical analysis

The Kid by Charlie Chaplin: Summary and Analysis The Kid, filmed in 1921, is certainly the most beautiful of Charlie Chaplin’s films and a highly meaningful, perhaps philosophical film about fatherhood and childhood. This movie offers...

Chaplin: Analysis of Modern Times 0

Chaplin: Analysis of Modern Times

Context of Modern Times Charles Chaplin performs “Modern Times”, a comedy film, in 1936. His Tramp character already has an extraordinary popularity. He invented the character of a generous and sensible vagabond two decades...

Philosophical Movies List 0

Philosophical Movies List

Best spiritual movies Philosophy and Movies are an inseparable couple, as theater and tragedy. Images are a powerful mean to send messages, maybe a better way than words and books. Images stroke people, impress...