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Respect

Now it’s her turn, all eyes are on Jennifer Hudson called to confirm how good, if not extraordinary, she has already shown in Dreamgirls, the film with which she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, because now she is having to play the role of Aretha Franklin in the biopic Respect...

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You Should Have Left

A writer is writing the script for the sequel to a movie that went very well at the box office. To stay calm and be able to work without distractions, the man moved to a secluded house in the Alps, with his wife and daughter...

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Hollywood

Shortly after the end of World War II, the veteran Jack Castello dreams of breaking into Hollywood, but his career does not take off and in addition his wife is pregnant with twins, so Jack accepts the indecent offer of Ernie, owner of a station of service in which boys prostitute themselves. In order not to be forced into gay marches, he convinces Archie, an African-American gay man and screenwriter, to work for Ernie and take care of male clients. This is how he meets the boy who will become famous as Rock Hudson, but is also obsessed with the evil and powerful agent Henry Wilson...

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Volition

A clairvoyant man tries to use his power to change his destiny when he realizes that he is about to be killed...

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Lovecraft Country

A young African American travels to the United States in the 1950s in search of his missing father...

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Messiah

When a CIA officer investigates a man who attracts attention and has followers internationally through acts of public outrage, he embarks on a high-level global mission to find out if he is a divine entity or a deceptive swindler...

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Eurovision Song Contest -The Story Of Fire Saga

When aspiring musicians Lars and Sigrit are given the opportunity to represent their country, Iceland, in the world’s largest music competition, finally has a chance to prove that it is worth fighting for their dream...

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Defending Jacob

A boy is found dead and his classmates suspect Jacob, Andy’s son, the prosecution’s lawyer who is trying to control the case and manages to hide his son’s knife, which could be the weapon of the crime. When the suspicions about Jacob lead the accusation to proceed, Andy is removed from the case and relies on lawyer Joanna to defend his son. However, his wife Laurie is less and less stressed and begins to doubt her son’s innocence, although there is no really incriminating evidence other than his activity on the web...

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The Great

The young Catherine is married to Tsar Peter, son of Peter the Great, and is convinced to start a new luminous era in Russia, bringing with her the ideas of the Enlightenment. However, it is in front of a still medieval court, where the power of the sovereign is absolute and applied without control. A riot of abuse, fornication and executions characterize court life and shatter Caterina’s reforming and romantic dreams...

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Minamata

In 1971, the American photographer Eugene Smith, famous for his services on World War II published by Life magazine, learned from translator Aileen of cases of poisoning in the Japanese village of Minamata. Sent by Life director Bob Hayes, Eugene gets in touch with the local fishing community and, with the help of Aileen herself and other activists, documents with her camera malformations and genetic diseases caused by the industrial waste of the chemical giant Chisso...

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