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The Report

Daniel Jones has the daunting task of conducting a survey of the CIA detention and interrogation program. After analyzing numerous tests, he learns that the “interrogation techniques” – brutal, immoral and ineffective – that the CIA adopted after 9/11...

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Cliffs of Freedom

The film is a love story between a young girl of Greek descent and a Turkish officer in conflict during the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire in 1821. Anna Christina, twenty years old, has doubts about the brutal government methods of his countrymen and who once spared his life when he was a child. They reward revenge against the Turks, Christina joins the Greek rebellion and, unfortunately, becomes a local symbol of the Greek resistance movement, attracting the Turks who are paying a reward on her head. Christina has to deal with the man who still loves her and wants to keep her safe...

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The Kitchen

The wives of the New York gangsters were the protagonists of the hell of the 70s, when they continued to operate the husbands’ racket tour even when they had been locked up...

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I’LL Find You

Two young lovers, Robert, a Catholic opera singer and Rachel, a virtuoso of the Jewish violin, dream of one day performing together with the legendary Carnegie Hall. When they are separated from the German invasion of Poland, Robert swears to find Rachel, regardless of what the war may bring...

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Black Summer

A mother away from her daughter who embarks on a harrowing journey to find her again without stopping in front of anything...

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The Mandalorian

A new warrior emerges in the world of Star Wars...

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Penguins

They are funny, harmless, immediately recognizable. They live in a hostile world and their purpose in life is to find a partner, reproduce and live with the family for the rest of their days. With these characteristics of a family animal, to which is added the phisique du rĂ´le as a star of the silent, it is not surprising that the penguin is among the most beloved animals in the cinema. Whether it’s documentaries, live action films or animation, the black and white livery of the bird that doesn’t know how to fly has always been synonymous with tenderness, determination and success at the box office, from Mary Poppins to Penguins, the last born of Disneynature expected soon at Cinema. But it is the early 2000s that marked the beginning of the era of the cine-penguin, with the 2001 documentary The migrant people by Jacques Perrin and especially with the hit La marcia dei pinguini (2005) by Luc Jacquet, Oscar in 2006 as best documentary, followed in 2017 by The March of the Penguins – The call...

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Arctic Justice

Swifty, an arctic fox, dreams of becoming one of the famous Top Dogs, a team of sled dogs that delivers packages for the Artic Blast Delivery Service. In the Arctic everything comes from somewhere else and the delivery service is the hub of the community...

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Official Secrets

In 2003, as politicians wishing to invade Iraq, GCHQ translators Katharine Gun escaped an email urging the spying of UN Security Council members to force through resolution to go to war. They have been accused of violating the Official Law of Secrets and sentenced to imprisonment. Katharine and her lawyers began to defend their actions, to fight to get rid of the charges...

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Carnival Row

Can a fantasy series become a metaphor and tell a lot about what we live every day, addressing issues such as racism, xenophobia, immigration and integration? The answer is called Carnival Row, the new Amazon Original series available in the original language in more than 200 countries starting from August 30th (and dubbed later in the year)...

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