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A family trip with Santiago Segura and four other films of the week | Culture

This week two comedies are released: the trip of Santiago Segura and family in A full train: Asturias destination Y The wolf of Snow Hollow, a story of lycanthropy with the spirit of the eighties in which Jim Cummings repeats protagonism after Thunder Road (2018), his feature film debut, with another character burdened by marital […]

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The ninth installment of ‘Fast & Furious’ and five other films of the week | Culture

This week the ninth installment of a famous action saga hits theaters Fast & Furious, this time directed by Justin Lin. Also two dramas: The things we say, the things we do, in which the director and screenwriter, Emmanuel Mouret, investigates the theory and practice of love and desire, and a buddy movie French about […]

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A comedy about triumph and his loneliness and five other films of the week | Culture

This week two comedies are released: Healthy envy, on the success and consequences that this can have in the relationship with those who considered themselves close friends and Operation Shrimp, the fifth feature film by Carlos Therón, a version of an Italian production, Song ‘and napule. You can also see an animation, Spirit: indomable, an […]

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Historical Heritage Law: Films will be protected as if they were monuments | Culture

The Minister of Culture, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, will take to the Council of Ministers this Tuesday the draft of the reform of the Historical Heritage law signed in 1985 by the also socialist Javier Solana, as EL PAÍS has learned. The norm, one of the longest-lived in democracy, “needed an adaptation to the reality […]

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The good vibes of Latinos in New York and eight other films of the week | Culture

This week opens In a New York neighborhood a musical created for the theater 15 years ago by Lin-Manuel Miranda, who garnered countless awards, accolades and massive audiences for his work Hamilton. On the other hand, Brave flash, lAinhoa ​​Rodríguez’s debut film that swims between the waters of ethnographic documentary and experimental fiction; Dear neighbors, […]

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The multiple faces of sexist violence and three other films of the week | Culture

On this week’s billboard there are two dramas: Just once, which shows that sexist violence does not have a unique profile, and The violinist where actress Matleena Kuusniemi stars in a drama about a violin celebrity condemned to silence. It also reaches the screens The snail house, the debut of Macarena Astorga, a thriller myths […]

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The Girl with Literary Ambitions Responding to Fan Mail for Salinger and Six Other Films of the Week | Culture

This week hits theaters Dreams of a writer in New York the testimony of Joanna Rakoff, a girl with literary ambitions whose first job in New York, at the agency that represented JD Salinger, consisted of responding to letters sent by her admirers. The screens project the terror of The Warren File: Forced By The […]

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The story of Cruella de Vil and five other films of the week | Culture

On this week’s billboard Emma Stone stars Cruella, a new revision of the villain of the children’s classic 101 dalmatians 1961. In addition, three dramas are released: The year of fury in which Rafa Russo presents a series of characters who, even in a democracy, began to see the ears of the wolf of fascism […]

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El polyamory directed by Fernando Colomo and six other films of the week | Culture

On the billboard this week Fernando Colomo returns to show new modes of social, sentimental and sexual behavior among young people or adults with a comedy, Polyamory for beginners; a western opens, First Cow, where Kelly Reichardt is confirmed as the great heiress of American independent cinema; and an action movie, Army of the dead, […]

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An X-ray of the Srebrenica massacre and the other four films of the week | Culture

This week a lot of tragedy is released: four dramas and a horror movie. Among the first are Quo Vadis, Aida ?, Bosnian director Jasmila Žbanić, about the Srebrenica genocide; The disciple, an Indian film that vindicates the adventure of the popularists of lost popular songs; Burden, that embodies the formation and redemption of a […]

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