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8 Movies That Were Ahead of Their Time and Are Still Relevant Today

V for Vendetta (2005)

Set in the late 2020s, “V for Vendetta” offers a bleak vision of the world — some of which has already come to pass — and examines the price of revolution

Girl Stroke Boy (1971)

A 50-year-old film focusing on a normal relationship between a well-off white Englishman and a Black trans woman is too groundbreaking

Mississippi Masala (1991)

Not only that, but the story also touches on topics such as immigration, multiculturalism, and the American Dream in unique ways

American History X (1998)

When “American History X” came out in 1998, nobody predicted the protagonist’s neo-Nazi views would ever become mainstream

It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

In 1946, when the country was gripped by the fear of rising communism, it was daring to tell a story of the heroism of a working man continually sacrificing for his community

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984)

This entire list could be populated with Hayao Miyazaki’s visionary works, but “Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind” was particularly far-sighted

Fight Club (1999)

“Fight Club” examines and critiques many facets of masculinity in a way that has become ever more relevant.

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