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These films will appear in the cinema this week

2019-12-31T07:46:17.925Z

Seven new titles are appearing in Dutch cinemas this week, including Golden Globe candidate Jojo Rabbit and the book adaptation The Informer. An overview of the latest film releases.



Seven new titles are appearing in Dutch cinemas this week, including Golden Globe candidate Jojo Rabbit and the book adaptation The Informer . An overview of the latest film releases.

The Informer - thriller

Former criminal Pete Koslow is deployed by the FBI as an informer, but when a drug deal gets horribly out of hand, he finds out that he is primarily dependent on himself to survive. Polish criminals, government agencies and the safety of his family put him under heavy pressure. The Informer is based on the Swedish bestseller Three seconds .

  • Genre: thriller
  • Director: Andrea di Stefano
  • Cast: Joel Kinnaman, Clive Owen, Rosamund Pike
  • Kijkwijzer: 16+
  • View here where the film is playing

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Jojo Rabbit - comedy

Satirical comedy about a German boy who finds out during the Second World War that his mother hides a Jewish girl in their attic. With Adolf Hitler as an imaginary friend by his side, Jojo is confronted with the blind spot that he has been given by National Socialism. Jojo Rabbit has a chance of winning two Golden Globes and is directed by Taika Waititi, known for Thor: Ragnarok and What We Do in the Shadows .

  • Genre: comedy, war
  • Director: Taika Waititi
  • Cast: Roman Griffin Davis, Scarlett Johansson, Taika Waititi
  • Kijkwijzer: 12+
  • View here where the film is running

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A Land Imagined - drama

The Chinese Wang works at a construction site in Singapore, but from one day to the next he seems to have gone up in smoke. A disappearance that must be investigated by the tired-looking detective Lok. Director Siew Hua Yeo shows both sides of the story in this detective film that shows the dark sides of Singapore. A Land Imagined won the main prize at the Locarno film festival.

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  • Genre: drama
  • Director: Siew Hua Yeo
  • Cast: Peter Yu, Xiaoyi Liu, Yue Guo
  • Kijkwijzer: 12+
  • View here where the film is running

Aquarela - documentary

Water plays the leading role in this documentary, which was shot at an increased number of frames per second, making movements look smoother. Aquarela shows both the eye-catching and the destructive power of water. From a ship that becomes a plaything of the waves to calm streams and the highest waterfall in the world. A film that was previously selected for prestigious festivals such as Sundance and IDFA.

  • Genre: documentary
  • Director: Victor Kossakovsky
  • Kijkwijzer: 12+
  • View here where the film is running

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View the Aquarela trailer here

Bulbul Can Sing - drama

Homosexuality is out of the question in the village where 15-year-old Bulbul grows up. Her best friend Sumu is being bullied by other boys, and the teenager herself is also deeply in trouble when she is seen kissing with a girl. With her youth drama, director Rima Dia addresses the limited freedom for Indian youth.

  • Genre: drama
  • Director: Rima Dias
  • Cast: Pakija Begam, Arnali Das, Manabendra Das
  • Kijkwijzer: 16+
  • View here where the film is running

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La belle époque - romantic comedy

Sixties Victor is in a marriage crisis and gets the opportunity to try out a new form of entertainment. Using special techniques, he can travel back in time to relive a special moment. Victor chooses the most memorable week of his life, forty years ago, when he got to know his great love.

  • Genre: romantic comedy
  • Director: Nicolas Bedos
  • Cast: Daniel Auteuil, Guilaume Canet, Doria Tillier
  • Kijkwijzer: 12+
  • View here where the film is running

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The Cave - documentary

In an underground hospital in Syria, known as 'the cave', female and male doctors work tirelessly to care for the injured. A work ethic that is unthinkable above ground, with a constant threat of bombing and chemical attacks. The Cave has since been selected for dozens of international film festivals.

  • Genre: documentary
  • Director: Feras Fayyad
  • Kijkwijzer: 16+
  • View here where the film is running

The films mentioned in the overview will be shown in Dutch cinemas from 2 January. View here the overview of films released last week.

The films in the overview above have been selected by the independent editors of NU.nl. If you buy a ticket, it is possible that NU.nl earns money from this.

Source: nunl

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