Many of us on this planet are suffering the furnace that predicts the coming, slow but certain, collapse of our civilization. To help you survive and be entertained before the end of the world, we decided to compile a top 10 films that bring down the temperature immediately. From aquatic love in The Shape of Water and Birth of Octopuses to the freshness of a train in Snowpiercer, the Transperceneige and Compartment n° 6, we dare to believe that these films will help you cool off. an amphibian humanoid that must be saved at all costs. This is what The Shape of Water will allow you to experience, with all the oddity that implies. This film by Guillermo del Toro tells an atypical love story between Elisa, a mute woman working for a mysterious laboratory, and a man-amphibian. You will find many scenes in the aquatic environment, in basins and bathtubs of all kinds. The Revenant Take the fur out, because it is suddenly cold. Shot in the Canadian blizzard by Alejandro González Iñárritu, The Revenant follows the thirst for revenge and redemption of Hugh Glass (played by Leonardo DiCaprio), a trapper attacked and injured by a bear. Left for dead by his teammates, the hero decides to continue his journey for more than 300 kilometres, following the trail of the man who betrayed him, to return home to his family, despite his injuries and multiple adventures in a hostilely icy environment. Snowpiercer, le Transperceneige Prepare to live your first ice age. Snowpiercer, the Transperceneige, by South Korean director Bong Joon-ho (Parasite), takes place in 2031, aboard a transperceneige, a long train with no final destination, which continues to revolve tirelessly around the Earth, without never stand still. The dystopian film shows the fall of a civilization due to global warming, the rare survivors condemned to live in the transperceneige, and offers beautiful action scenes. It is also the setting for a political and socio-economic criticism: this long machine of scrap metal cutting through the snow is only the ungrateful reflection of the class struggle and of a world still subject to capitalism.TitanicIt will be increasingly rare to see an ocean liner collide with a huge iceberg in the world of tomorrow. That’s why Titanic is a movie to cherish. Directed by James Cameron, this work – which revealed the most popular fictional couple in the history of cinema – traces the tragic sinking of the eponymous ship in 1912. To forget the heat, nothing better than to immerse yourself in the love story of Jack and Rose, played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, and drowning in the frozen waters of the Atlantic Ocean. We’ll leave our place on the wooden plank to take advantage of the freshness a little more. Jaws Swimming, dangerous of course, but swimming nonetheless. Directed by Steven Spielberg, Jaws is set in the middle of summer, in a quiet American seaside resort. However, one summer, the mutilated body of a young woman is found on the beach and causes the turmoil of candid vacationers. The local police chief then begins to hunt the fearsome shark guilty of this tragedy. Faced with an unaccommodating mayor who refuses to ban the beaches to ensure his splendor season, he finds himself having to save the many bathers who are threatened. In the “dangerous beach” genre, we also recommend La Plage, by Danny Boyle. It will do you good. In Snow Therapy, Ruben Östlund tells the story of a Swedish family peacefully on vacation until an avalanche threatens to bury them. Faced with this impending tragedy, the father flees, not caring about the fate of his tender family. Except that the avalanche does not come. But the settling of scores, they come in bursts. The delicate balance of the family cocoon is shaken. Everything is called into question, especially the place of the father. And the family secrets are unearthed.The Snow QueenWould you like some more snow? Become a Disney classic and known for its song “Let It Go”, Frozen follows Anna, her mountain friend Kristoff and her reindeer Sven on a journey to find her sister Elsa, the famous “Frozen” who condemned her kingdom to an endless winter. Directed by Jennifer Lee, the film features funny trolls and snowmen, steep mountain climbs and a bit of magic. In the same genre, we recommend Ice Age, by Chris Wedge and Carlos Saldanha. Naissance des octopuses I can’t, I have a swimming pool. In Naissance des pieuvres, her first feature film, Céline Sciamma gently shows the summer awakening of teenage girls embodied by Adèle Haenel, Louise Blachère and Pauline Acquart. adolescence, their desires and their sexual development. They spend most of their time at the municipal swimming pool where one gives synchronized swimming lessons. The first times punctuate this poetic film and the chlorinated blue tints the photography. The Day After This is not a great film but it is full of special effects and has the merit of lowering the maximum to -20°C. Directed by Roland Emmerich, the film tells the mission of a whistleblower climatologist who predicts that an ice age will one day plunge the Earth into chaos. Arriving faster than expected, this climate change attacks New York. The climatologist tries to convince the President of the United States to evacuate the country as hail, tornadoes, deluges, floods and freezing temperatures ravage the planet, and his son, played by Jake Gyllenhaal, tries to survive in New York where the temperatures reach -20°C. Glagla.Compartment n° 6Final destination of this top: in the Arctic Sea, aboard the Trans-Siberian. From Moscow, the two heroes of Juho Kuosmanen embark for the same city, Murmansk, one to see an archaeological site there, the other to work there. In the Siberian cold, armed with a thick sweater, the heroine embarks on her journey when the relationship with her girlfriend is deteriorating. Opposite her, in her compartment, a somewhat wild young man shares his daily life. While everything separates them, the two will forge a sweet friendship, as the snowy landscapes pass, the galleys accumulate and the confidences are whispered.