Category Movies

Snake Eyes

Spin-off of G.I...

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Residue

Jay is a young aspiring director who studied at a university in California and, after years of absence, returns to Washington DC, in the neighborhood where he was born and raised, to find friends and tell them in a film. But the neighborhood is unrecognizable, radically transformed by gentrification and almost emptied of its native population: the black community. Forced to sell their homes, persecuted by the police, Jay’s old companions in life and games are almost all in prison, or dead, or engaged in drug dealing and crime in order to survive...

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Our Friend

Can a great friendship help overcome the pain of a great loss? Nicole (Dakota Johnson) and Matthew Teague (Casey Affleck) are shocked after learning she has only six months left to live...

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Julie and the Phantoms

Julie has always had a passion for music. But since her mom passed away, it’s not the same thing anymore. It is as if her maternal death a year earlier had extinguished her musical interest. The turning point in Julie’s life comes with the unfolding of the ghosts of three incredible musicians from 1995...

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Let Him Go

A retired sheriff and his wife, saddened by the death of their son, set out in search of their only grandson...

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The Night Clerk

Bart Bromley is a hotel night clerk. Leveraging her intelligence, she uses secret surveillance cameras to record guests in an effort to improve her social interaction skills. But when a woman is killed, Bromley becomes the prime suspect...

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The Comey Rule

James Comey is named FBI director by Barack Obama even though they don’t agree on all issues...

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Wander

After being hired to investigate a suspicious death in the small town of Wander, a mentally unstable private investigator becomes convinced that the case is connected to the same that caused his daughter’s death...

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Black Is King

BeyoncĂ©’s visual album reimagines the themes of The Lion King to accompany today’s young queens and young kings on their personal journey in search of their crown. The film was in production for a year with a cast and crew representing diversity and inclusion. The travels of Black families over time are celebrated in a tale about the growth path of a young king through betrayal, love and his own identity. His ancestors guide him to his destiny and, with the teachings of his father and the guidance of his childhood love, he earns the virtues necessary to regain his home and throne. These timeless lessons are revealed and expressed through today’s Black voices rising in all their might. “Black Is King” is the affirmation of a great goal, with wonderful images that celebrate the resilience and culture of the Black people...

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The Evening Hour

Cole lives in a rural town close to the Appalachian Mountains hit by the economic recession in a visible and palpable way: closed mines, small companies in bankruptcy, empty churches, unemployed young people, alcohol and drugs. One of those places that form the consciences of those who were born and raised there, for better or for worse: this is how Cole is an assistant in a retirement home, they show his love for the elderly in the community but he sells under the counter the drugs given to them by a system that otherwise does not care at all. The inhabitants of the town are divided between the God-fearing people who quote passages from the Holy Scriptures – including Cole’s grandfather, a pastor obsessed with Satan – and more or less overt transgressors who populate the smoky premises and the caravans parked for life in the deserted spaces...

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