Category Drama

Ride Like A Girl

As a little girl, Michelle Payne (Teresa Palmer) dreams of the impossible: winning the Melbourne Cup as a jockey. It is one of the toughest two-mile races in equestrian sports...

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Little Joe

Alice (Emily Beecham) is a woman who loves her job in the greenhouse. Her latest discovery seems sensational: a new cinnabar plant she calls herself in honor of her son Little Joe...

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Dark Waters

Lawyer Robert Billiot (Mark Ruffalo) reveals the environmental scandal of chemical company DuPont...

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Knives Out

After murdering family patriarch and crime writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) on his 85th birthday, his birthday party turns into a mystery dinner. The relatives present, of course, do not want to hear anything, but they are still being held by the detectives Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) and Lieutenant Elliott (Lakeith Stanfield) until the culprit is found. This does not suit the guests like Ransom Drysdale (Chris Evans) and his parents Linda (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Richard Drysdale (Don Johnson) at all. Although Thrombey’s party society is anything but cooperative, it comes in the course of the evening to some surprising twists and the situation is getting worse...

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Cats

Filming of the famous musical “Cats” by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, which premiered in 1981. The texts are based on the poems in T. S. Eliot’s 1939 edited volume “Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats”. The musical tells the stories of various members of the feline group “Jellicle Cats”, who gather each year for the big “Jellicle Ball” at a London garbage dump. Among the guests include u. a...

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The Peanut Butter Falcon

Zak (Zack Gottsagen), a young man with Down syndrome, escapes from a home to become a professional wrestler...

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Wild Rose

Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley) is full of talent and charisma. Fresh from jail, she wants to come out with her two children only from Glasgow and finally start the breakthrough as a country singer. Her mother Marion (Julie Walters) is starting to get tired of Rose-Lynn’s dreams. Rose-Lynn is finally to take responsibility and gets a job as a cleaning lady. So she quickly finds herself at home as a middle-class woman...

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Motherless Brooklyn

In New York in 1954, the King of Brooklyn, Frank Minna (Bruce Willis), is assassinated. Detective Lionel Essrog (Edward Norton), who did not always take legal jobs for his boss Minna, is trying to solve the murder. The investigator suffers from Tourette’s syndrome and thus uncontrollable muscle twitching, and he also makes strange noises. In a nightclub Essrog comes on the trail of a young woman who is leading protests against the real estate shark Moses Randolph. Randolph makes urban areas into slums, so he can demolish them and build a highway there...

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A Rainy Day in New York

Actually, it should be for the young college couple Ashleigh (Elle Fanning) and Gatsby (Timoth̩e Chalamet) just a romantic weekend in New York, but then everything is different than planned. While Gatsby wants to show his girlfriend his hometown, Ashleigh has yet to fulfill an assignment for the college newspaper: It is to interview the famous director Roland Pollard (Liev Schreiber). After the interview, he invites her to a screening of his new film, which also features his scriptwriter Ted Davidoff (Jude Law) and the movie star Francisco Vega (Diego Luna). With the three men Ashleigh gets from one unplanned situation to the next Рand always has to put off her boyfriend whose plan of a relaxed weekend dissolves in the air. Gatsby explores his old New York on his own and meets Chan (Selena Gomez), the sister of his ex-girlfriend...

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The Report

In the US, following the 9/11 attacks, the CIA resorts to extreme interrogation techniques – justified as necessary, in fact they are brutal, immoral and inefficient. In doing so, the CIA clearly goes beyond the limits of torture, so as to get hold of the thieves at all costs and prevent further attacks, but completely loses sight of ethical issues and fundamental principles of the rule of law. As part of the investigation by Daniel Jones (Adam Driver) and Senator Dianne Feinstein (Annette Benning), these doomed methods for the population to come to light so as to be able to stop them...

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