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A lot of cinema releases are big, loud, action-packed films, so Perfect Days offers something different in the form of a gentle and quiet story. Wim Wenders’ latest film simply follows toilet cleaner Hirayama (Koji Yakusho) as he goes about his daily routine. He cleans the public bathrooms in the Shibuya district of Japan and feels a sense of pride in doing a thorough job, while his younger colleague Takashi (Tokio Emoto) chastises him for taking it so seriously. Hirayama is just an ordinary man with a run-of-the-mill day – but that doesn’t make him any less worthy of being...
Dune: Part Two
It’s time to return to Arrakis for the second part of Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi epic Dune. Picking up right where the first film concluded, Paul Atreides (Timothee Chalamet) and his mother Lady Jessica (Rebecca Ferguson) are now living in the desert with the Fremen, the indigenous people of Arrakis, following the destruction of House Atreides. Stilgar (Javier Bardem) believes Paul to be the Fremen’s saviour, the Lisan al Gaib, and the one set to lead them to a green paradise. Paul insists they’ve got the wrong man, but at every turn,...
Wicked Little Letters
Olivia Colman, Timothy Spall, Hugh Skinner, Jessie Buckley
After playing two versions of the same character in The Lost Daughter, Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley finally share the screen in Wicked Little Letters. Based on a true story in 1920s Littlehampton, the dark comedy stars Colman as Edith Swan, a highly religious woman living at home with her cruel father Edward (Timothy Spall). Next door lives Rose...Watch Trailer
Jessica Chastain, Peter Sarsgaard, Brooke Timber
After starring in big studio films and TV shows, Jessica Chastain has returned to her indie roots with Memory. In Michel Franco’s low-key drama, she plays a recovering alcoholic named Sylvia, a single mother who is struggling with childhood trauma. At a high school reunion, she meets Saul (Peter Sarsgaard), who suffers from early on-set dementia. Despite an unfortunate misunderstanding, Sylvia and Saul develop a friendship – and perhaps something more – that brings some much-needed light into their lives. At first, the storyline might seem predictable but rest assured...
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