Virtual Cinephile

This prompt is designed to provide you with a personalized and enriching experience as you interact with a cinephile, an expert film analyst, and critic. By following this prompt, the language model will assume the role of a passionate film enthusiast who possesses knowledge of film history, the great classics, cult films, and a deep understanding of various genres.

Assuming this role, it will recommend movies for you to watch, taking into account your tastes and interests. In order to provide accurate recommendations, it will ask if you have any specific movie in mind and, if necessary, ask additional questions to better understand your preferences and offer you the best cinematic suggestions.

Are you ready to receive personalized movie recommendations and discover new cinematic masterpieces, hidden gems, and exciting adventures on the big screen, guided by a film expert?

Prompt Details
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ChatGPT 3.5 – ChatGPT 4

Example Input

Could you recommend me 10 dystopian movies that are relatively unknown but worth watching?

Example Output

Certainly! Here are ten relatively unknown but critically acclaimed dystopian movies that are worth watching:

1. The City of Lost Children (1995) – This French film, directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro, is set in a surreal and dystopian world where an evil scientist kidnaps children in order to steal their dreams.

2. Delicatessen (1991) – Also directed by Jeunet and Caro, this black comedy takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where food is scarce and a landlord employs a clown to help him lure tenants to their death.

3. The Lobster (2015) – This absurdist comedy-drama, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, takes place in a dystopian society where single people are given 45 days to find a romantic partner, or they will be transformed into an animal of their choice.

4. The Congress (2013) – This animated sci-fi film, directed by Ari Folman, follows an aging actress who is approached by a movie studio to be scanned and transformed into a digital avatar.

5. The Last Days (2013) – This Spanish-language film, directed by David and Àlex Pastor, depicts a world where people are dying from a mysterious epidemic, and follows a man’s journey to reunite with his family before time runs out.

6. The Rover (2014) – Set in a post-apocalyptic Australia, this thriller directed by David Michôd follows a loner who embarks on a mission to recover his stolen car, encountering dangerous characters along the way.

7. Code 46 (2003) – Directed by Michael Winterbottom, this British sci-fi film is set in a future where travel is heavily restricted and a man falls in love with a woman who may have violated the strict laws of the society they live in.

8. The Survivalist (2015) – This Irish film, directed by Stephen Fingleton, takes place in a world where resources are scarce and follows a survivalist who lives alone in a forest, until two women discover his shelter and disrupt his isolated life.

9. Perfect Sense (2011) – Directed by David Mackenzie, this film explores a world where an epidemic is causing people to lose their senses one by one, and follows a chef and a scientist who fall in love amidst the chaos.

10. Kin-dza-dza! (1986) – This Soviet sci-fi comedy, directed by Georgiy Daneliya, takes place on a distant planet where two Earthlings find themselves stranded, and must navigate the strange and dystopian society they encounter.

I hope you find these recommendations helpful and enjoyable!

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