Category Drama

Tolkien

Biopic of the writer, linguist and university professor J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973), author of “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbitt” among many other works. Tolkien explores the writer’s formative years in his search for friendship, love and artistic inspiration in the group of restless students of which he is a part. In this context the outbreak of World War I takes place, which threatens to destroy this “association”...

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The Professor and the Madman

Based on Simon Winchester’s best-selling novel, The Professor and madman are an extraordinary tale of madness, genius and obsession about two remarkable men who have created history with the writing of the Oxford English Dictionary. Professor James Murray took up the challenge of creating the most comprehensive dictionary ever. However, by enrolling definitions from people around the world, the dictionary could be compiled in just a few decades...

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Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

Ted is a very handsome, smart guy with charm and affection. Liz Kloepfer, a mother who raises her own children, succumbs to her advances. To her, Ted is the man of her dreams, so put aside all the precautions, and she falls head over heels in love with this young man. The two seem like the ideal couple with a movie-like life, until one day, it’s like out of nowhere, everything collapses, and their perfect life falls apart. Ted is arrested and convicted of a series of increasingly violent crimes...

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J.T. LeRoy

As the film begins (in 2001), Savannah travels to San Francisco in the apartment of her brother and sister-in-law. Albert (Laura Dern) has developed a number of telephone relationships with celebrities such as Courtney Love , Dennis Cooper, Gus Van Sant et al. Dern is-wonderful at capturing Laura’s almost erotic emotion...

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I’ll Take Your Dead

William has a simple job: making bodies disappear. This is not something he likes or even wants to do, but he can not control himself. His small country farm has become a dumping ground for victims in the nearby town. His daughter, Gloria, has become accustomed to men taking a look at the bodies and is even convinced that some of these bodies haunt the House. After a woman’s body is thrown into the house, William begins his meticulous process, when he realizes that he is not actually dead. As gang activity increases, William holds the woman against her will until he figures out what to do with her...

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Breakthrough

Joyce Smith and her family believed they lost everything when their teenage son John fell on frozen Saint-Louis Lake. At the hospital, John could not recover for 60 minutes, but Joyce did not want to believe this could happen. She hopes in a miracle. He gathered all his power and faith and cried out to God for his salvation. Miraculously, John’s heart began to beat again...

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Holiday

Isabella Eklof surprised the audience at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, where she premiered in the world dramatic cinematic competition, and the Danish drama is preparing for her debut. The film presents Victoria Carmen Sonne as Sascha, a beautiful woman who is with Michael (Lai Yde) a drug addict. The film focuses on their holiday (especially inappropriate) in sunny Turkey...

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High Life

Deep space Monte and his daughter Willow live completely isolated on board a spaceship...

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After

The young Tessa Young (Josephine Langford) is in her first year at the university. Accustomed to a stable and orderly life, her world changes when she meets Hardin Scott (Hero Fiennes Tiffin), a mysterious young man from the dark past. From the first moment they hate each other, because they belong to two different worlds and are completely opposed. However, these two opposite poles will soon join and nothing will ever be the same again. Tessa and Hardin will have to face difficult tests to be together...

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The Silence

While it’s not fair to compare a movie to another, the parallels between “Silence” and “A Quiet Place” are too prominent to be ignored. Not only does this adaptation of John Lebbons’ novel of 2015 also about deadly creatures with a better hearing, but presents a deaf girl and her father tries to survive...

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