Spanish films ‘Cinco Lobitos’, ‘Espejo, Espejo’ and ‘Dolores, guapa!’ takes the lead on the billboard.

Week 21 of the Year, premieres this Friday three movies Spanish, Drama ‘Cinco Lobitos’, comedy ‘Espejo, Espejo’ and ‘Dolores, guapa!’ documentary. American, British and even Russian offeringsLike ‘JFK: Case Reviewed’ by Oliver Stone or ‘I Don’t Love You’ by Lena Lanskih.

Alauda Ruiz de Azúa’s dazzling debut play ‘Five Little Wolves’

How do you learn to be a mother? How does our own motherhood change the way we view our parents? From the analysis of these issues first filmmaker Alauda Ruiz de Azúa to create his award-winning debut film ‘Cinco Lobitos’A generation tale in which he explores the fault of family relationships.

Amaia (Laia Costa) has just become a mother; When her partner (Mikel Bustamante) doesn’t go to work and leaves her alone with the baby for a few weeks, she decides to return to her parents’ home (Susi Sánchez and Ramón Barea) in a beautiful beach town in the Basque Country. Amaia quickly realizes that although she is a mother, she is still a daughter.

‘Mafia’s tailor’: quality suits are made for gangsters

It is directed by Graham Moore. Johnathan McClain‘Mob Tailor’ takes place in 1956. Leonard (Mark Ryan), an English tailor who sews suits on London’s world-famous Savile Row, escapes a personal tragedy and works in a small tailor shop in a rugged area of ​​Chicago.

There, she makes fancy clothes for the only person around her who can afford it: a family of gangsters who will try to take advantage of her. Until Leonard and his assistant Mable (Zoey Deutch) find themselves increasingly engaged with the mob.

Pulse of acting Macfayden-Colin Firth in ‘Weapon of Deception’

John Madden ‘ he directs this pair of actors who are excellent at it.weapon of deception, Colin Firth and Matthew MacFayden Inspired by true events and based on the ‘best-selling’ work by Ben Macintyre, World War II A British movie set in the middle of World War II.

The year is 1943 and the Allied forces are determined to launch a decisive attack on Europe. Two brilliant intelligence officers, Ewen Montagu (Firth) and Charles Cholmondeley (MacFayden), are tasked with crafting the war’s most inspiring and unexpected disinformation strategy.

Verónica Forqué’s latest comedy ‘Mirror, mirror’

Catalan Marc Crehue (‘One-eyed king’) redirects Malena Alterio, Santi Millán, Natalia de Molina, Carlos Areces, Carlos Bardem and Verónica Forqué The tragically lost Madrid actress is the latest to play the mother of Santi Millán (Álvaro) in this choral comedy ‘Espejo, mirror’.

His son is one of four office workers preparing for the company’s 50th anniversary celebrations and trying to fix some awkwardness; In reality, they are four adults in crisis who must face their ambitions, fears, loves and betrayals as they try to recognize themselves in the mirror.

‘Assassin’s Game’, film adapted for Gerard Butler

Joe Carnahan He takes this story from Mark Williams (screenwriter of ‘Ozark’ and ‘Blacklight’) to the cinema he worked with on the screenplay, The Scotsman Gerard Butler moves freely transformed into hitman Bob Viddick.

A small-town police station becomes the unlikely battleground between this “careful” killer, a clever rookie cop, and a crook who has found refuge behind bars with nowhere to escape.

Oliver Stone takes another step forward with a documentary on his JFK obsession

Thirty years after the premiere of ‘jfk‘, one of his most successful and controversial films, filmmaker Oliver Stone goes a step further with this documentary, in which he returns to cover the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, but this time it is far from fiction, which awarded him two Oscars in 1991. eight candidates in total.

‘JFK: Case Investigated’ Properties Unclassified Files Trying to shed light on the events of 1963, he plunges into the bureaucratic labyrinth of the assassination of President Kennedy, trying to hide the clues about the assassination.

‘I don’t love you’, impressive brutal portrait of Russia

Written and directed by Lena Lanskih ‘I do not like you’very difficult movie Tells the story of VikaA girl from the provinces in the Russian Urals has to raise a 14-year-old baby alone, born in the worst possible environment.

While the film focuses on her family’s lack of understanding, it’s also an impressive portrayal of an aggressive and loveless Russian rural society based on an infuriating patriarchy, and a detailed study of the impact childbirth has on a girl’s body. It is the first film to win an award at the San Sebastian Festival.

Magical realism, sexual awakening and nature in ‘Clara sola’

‘Lonely Clara’ Costa Rican-Swedish director Nathalie Álvarez Mesén’s feature film debut Starring an impressive actress and newcomer Wendy Chinchilla (actually a dancer) plays Clara, a grown woman who shares her terrible back pain in quiet conversation with her only friend, her horse Yuca.

With a naïveté and desperation that radiates compassion, Clara obeys her mother, who sees Clara as a healer who sees the Virgin Mary and heals illnesses and looks after the townspeople. Until one day she meets a man and a sexual and mystical awakening begins within her that will mark the beginning of her freedom.

‘Dolores, beautiful!’, traditional and deep Sevilla being gay

jesus easter He writes and directs this documentary about his images and traditions. religious basis works throughout lives It brings together the meeting areas and their own codes of all the people living in Seville, but also of the gays who have assimilated them since childhood.

Today, new oppositional identities continue to respond to these traditions: join or withdraw, perpetuate or transform the existing. This film, explains its director, always looks at these traditions from an unfairly marginalized perspective.

Source: Informacion


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