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Quite the round today from Ioncinema: Joanna Hogg’s “reunites him with well-known Romanian actor Vlad Ivanov as a policeman intent on freeing a crooked businessman from a prison on Gomera, an island in the Canaries.However, he must first learn the difficult local dialect, a language which includes hissing and spitting.” Alice Rohrwacher’s “reunites her with her sister [Alba] in the cast (as well as notable thesps Sergi Lopez and Nicoletta Braschi), it’s headlined by newcomers Adriano Tadioli and Luca Chikovani.Little else is known of the plot except for a focus on juxtapositions and contrasts (seasons, cultural aesthetics, etc.) while once again reteaming with the great Helene Louvart.” Gabriel Mascaro’s “centers on Morgana, a devout Evangelical Christian who helps struggling couples by inviting them to a religious swingers club.Described as an erotic gospel film, strange delights await when Morgana assumes the baby she is carrying may be the new messiah.” Ulrich Seidl’s “features rising French stars Vincent Lacoste and Pierre Deladonchamps (of Guiraudie’s breakout, Stranger by the Lake in 2013) as a hopeful student and a cynical teacher whose resulting bond transforms them.” Romain Gavras’s with Vincent Cassel: “A former drug dealer has plans to use his illegal gains to set up a legitimate business in Algeria, but must resort to a life of crime when he finds his mother has gambled his nest egg away.” Updates, 1/5: The International Film Festival Rotterdam has completed its Bright Future program, adding a slew of titles today, including the world premiere of Penny Lane’s : “A found-footage documentary about Morgellons, a mysterious illness whose sufferers say they have parasites under the skin and a host of other bizarre symptoms that could be taken from a horror film.” And from novelist (and blogger extraordinaire) Dennis Cooper and Zac Farley, : “A young disabled guy wants to explode in public.Isabella Peatfield, five, from the village of Mappleton, near Ashbourne in Derbyshire, died when the waves struck during a holiday with her parents in Sri Lanka.
Also, Mati Diop’s directorial debut, “concerns Adele, a sixteen-year-old beautician in Senegal whose lover Soulemaine goes missing and the bodies of his friends wash ashore in Dakar.
“After his parents finally force him to move out at the age of forty, the unambitious Jacques immediately embarks on a get-rich-quick scheme by exploiting the ‘low-cost’ avenues of the plastic surgery industry.
Employing the help of his sister, who heads an Emmaus village, he lures folks in with promises of a better life, eventually taking his clients to a Romanian clinic, from which they will all return transformed.” Takashi Miike’s is “a mystery thriller about an environmentalist who’s brought in by police to determine if the deaths of two people due to hydrogen sulfate poisoning was accidental or not. and then she rightly predicts a third incident.” Peter Greenaway’s is “a light fantasy about a woman [Catherine Deneuve] who after hearing voices is convinced she’s about to die, and so stages a garage sale of all her earthly belongings, which leads her to a series of memories connected through the objects.” Deneuve’s daughter, Chiara Mastroianni, also appears.
Bush, Steve Carell as Donald Rumsfeld, Bill Pullman as Nelson Rockefeller, and Tyler Perry as Colin Powell.
Jacques Audiard’s : “After becoming the victim of a visceral attack, Mark Hogancamp (Steve Carell) begins construction on a miniature replica of a World War Two-era town to serve as his therapeutic outlet.” Based on Jeff Malmberg's 2010 documentary “follows a young woman named Frances [Chloë Grace Moretz] who strikes up an unlikely friendship with an enigmatic widow named Greta [Isabelle Huppert] whose motives are gradually revealed to be sinister,” reports Amanda N’Duka for Deadline.