Eight movies to debut this week

Published 11.08.2017 23:27
Eight movies to debut this week


Directed by Julian Rosefeldt and focusing on the manifests of art history with Cate Blanchett's 13 different characters, "Manifesto" will be on the screens this week.

The latest film by Berliner artist Julian Rosefeldt, "Manifesto" reveals the manifestos of 21st century art history that are accepted worldwide such as pop art, futurism, daddaism and minimalism.

Australian artist Cate Blanchett shows her versatility with her characters such as a homeless man, a school teacher, a stockbroker, a preacher, a newsreader and many others.


Directed by Antonio Negret, the action movie "Overdrive" stars Ana de Armas, Scott Eastwood, Gaia Weiss, Freddie Thorp and Clemens Schick in the leading roles.

Co-written by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas, the film focuses on the journey of two sibling thief in a car through southern France and their meetings with the boss of a crime ring.

'Vier Gegen Die Bank'

Directed by Wolfgang Petersen,"Vier Gegen Die Bank"narrates the story of a group of men making a crazy plan to take back the money that they have saved up over a lifetime.

The German comedy and detective film, "Vier Gegen Die Bank" figures Til Schweiger, Matthias Schweighöfer, Jan Josef Liefers, Alexandra Maria Lara, Michael Herbig, Jana Pallaske and Claudia Michelsen.

'Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child'

Directed by Shane Abbess, "Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child" stars Kellan Lutz, Daniel MacPherson, Isabel Lucas, Luke Ford, Rachel Griffiths and Temuera Morrison in the leading roles.

Co-written by Australian director Shane Abbess and Brian Cachia, the film is about the struggle of a group learning of a destruction plan of Exor that takes control of some planets.

'Everything, Everything'

Directed by Stealla Meghie, "Everything, Everything" features Amandla Stenberg, Nick Robinson, Ana de la Reguera and Anika Noni Rose. The film tells the story of a teenage girl who spends her whole life confined to her house and falls for the boy next door.

'The Model'

Directed by Mads Matthiesen, "The Model" stars Ed Skrein, Maria Palm, Dominic Allburn, Virgile Bramly and Elise Lissague in the leading roles.

Co-written by the director Matthiesen, Anders Frithiof August and Martin Zandvliet, the drama tells the story of an emerging model and her obsessive relationship with fashion photographer Shane during her struggles to enter the Parisian fashion scene.

'Ah-ga-ssi' (The Handmaiden)

The new movie by the South Korean director Park Chan-wook focuses on the mysterious story of a rich young woman, a fortune hunter man and a handmaiden.

Inspired by the novel by Sarah Waters named "Fingersmith," the film figures Min-hee Kim, Tae-ri Kim, Jung-woo Ha and Jin-woong Jo.

'The Mojicons'

Directed by Alexander Romanetz, the animation of the week "The Mojicons" will reveal the lives of the emoticons that we use in our text messages.

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