Category Drama

Tokyo Shaking

Tokyo, March 11, 2011: a tsunami ravages the coast of Japan, threatening to destroy the Fukushima power station. Alexandra, who recently worked for a French bank in Tokyo, finds herself at the heart of this crisis. Torn between the orders of her management and the desire to protect her family and colleagues, Alexandra tries to cope with the situation and finds herself, almost in spite of herself, defending a certain idea of honor...

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Eiffel

Having just finished his collaboration on the Statue of Liberty, Gustave Eiffel is at the peak of his career. The French government wants him to create something spectacular for the 1889 Universal Exhibition in Paris, but Eiffel is only interested in the metropolitan project. Everything changes when he crosses paths with his youthful love. Their forbidden relationship inspires him to change the Paris skyline forever...

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Stillwater

Bill Baker, an oil driller from Oklahoma travels to Marseille to find his imprisoned daughter, accused of a murder she swears not to have committed...

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Judas and the Black Messiah

Focus on the rise of Fred Hampton, African-American political activist, member of the Black Panther Party in Illinois, who died in December 1969 at the age of twenty-one. Superb performance by Daniel Kaluuya who embodies Fred Hampton with rare intensity. Lakeith Stansfield is perfect in this difficult role of the traitor O’Neal. Jesse Plemons is also impeccable as an officer of the F.B.I applying the Machiavellian methods dictated by Hoover even if at certain small moments it is shown that he himself is crossed by doubt. The directing may be a bit academic but it’s very addicting, with many very strong scenes. It is a necessary and indispensable film because it shows how far the F.B...

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Nomadland

After the economic collapse of the working-class city of Nevada where she lived, Fern decides to hit the road in her campervan and adopt a modern-day nomadic life, breaking away from the standards of today’s society...

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Madame Claude

At the end of the 1960s, Madame Claude reigned over Paris and beyond thanks to her flourishing business. By reinventing the codes of prostitution, borrowing those of the bourgeoisie and inventing a respectable past for herself, she has become a feared and esteemed businesswoman in the political world of organized crime. A woman of power in an environment and an era of men, on the eve of the great movements for the liberation of women, she will also witness the end of an era. His meeting with Sidonie, his opposite but also his alter ego, will imperceptibly be the common thread in the erosion of his empire. Sidonie is the girl she chose for herself, who will almost become her right-hand man. For the first time in her life, she cares about someone. She who keeps all of Paris in her notebooks, who was built on hatred and shame, loving someone, she does not know how to handle it...

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The United States Vs. Billie Holiday

Focus on the early 1940s when Billie Holiday, the singer with multiple addictions, was then the target of the Federal Department of Narcotics as part of an undercover operation led by black federal agent Jimmy Fletcher, with whom she had a tumultuous affair...

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Ammonite

1840. Mary Anning was a renowned paleontologist but now lives modestly with her mother on the rugged south coast of England. Mary gleans ammonites from the beach and sells them to wealthy tourists. One of them, going on a business trip, asks him to board his convalescent wife, Charlotte. It is the start of a passionate love story that will challenge all social barriers and change their lives forever...

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The Father

THE FATHER tells the story of an 81-year-old man, Anthony, whose reality is slowly shattering before our eyes. But it is also the story of Anne, his daughter, who tries to accompany him through a maze of unanswered questions...

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The Courier

The true story of businessman Greville Wynne and his Russian source Oleg Penkovski aka “Ironbark” who helped the CIA penetrate the Soviet nuclear program during the Cold War, which ended the Cuban Missile Crisis ...

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