Seven movies to debut this week

DAILY SABAH
Published 24.06.2017 23:06
Updated 25.06.2017 00:39
Seven movies to debut this week

Tramontane

Awarded at so many international festivals with his short films, young director Vatche Boulghourjian's last film "Tramonte" tells the story of Rabih, who is a visually impaired young musician living in Lebanon and in search of his identity.

Premiering at Cannes Film Festival, the film starred Barakat Jabbour, Michel Adabachi, Sajed Amer, Abido Bacha and Toufic Barakat.

Transformers 5: The Last Knight

Directed by Michael Bay, the last movie of the Transformers series will meet its fans. Starring Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Laura Haddock, Isabela Moner, Stanley Tucci, John Turturro and Josh Duhamel in the leading roles, the movie focuses on the terminal big fight between the two worlds, heroes of which transformed into enemies.

Co-produced by director Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg, the science-fiction, action and adventure movie's cinematographer is Jonathan Sela. The music for the film was composed by Steve Jablonsky.

Patriots Day

Starring Mark Wahlberg, J.K. Simmons, Michelle Monaghan, John Goodman, Kevin Bacon, Rachel Brosnahan and Melissa Benoist in the leading roles, "Patriots Day" was directed by Peter Berg.

Co-written by the director Peter Berg and Matt Charman, the movie focuses on the bombing attack held during the Boston Marathon in 2013 and the process of catching the suspects afterwards.

Berlin Syndrome

Starring Teresa Palmer in the leading role, "Berlin Syndrome" tells the story of Australian girl Clare who is a young photographer captured by a man he met in Berlin.

Directed by Cate Shortland, the movie also stars figures like Max Riemelt, Lucie Aron and Matthias Habich.

Summer 1993

Written and directed by Carla Simon, the film stars Laia Artigas, Paula Blanco, Etna Campillo and Bruna Cusi in the leading roles.

Granted with

the "International Jury Award" and "Jury's Special Award" in addition to the "Best Movie Award" at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival, the drama tells the story of 6-year-old Frida whose life changes totally in the summer of 1993.

Tatlı Şeyler (Sweet Things)

This comedy drama starred Toprak Sergen, Cem Özer, İlhan Şeşen, Cem Uçan and Uğur Uludağ, who also directed the film.

As two fashion designers set off in a hurry to make it to a fashion parade, they find a cute baby in their car with a bag full of money next to him. From that moment on, their travel turns upside down with the baby's family and the mafia coming after them.

Rabbit School

Directed by Ute Von Münchow-Pohl, the animation of the week is "Rabbit School." The animation tells the funny story of little Max, who finds himself in the middle of a school that is full of magic rabbits after a little accident.

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