5 films to debut this week

Published 09.09.2017 00:00
5 films to debut this week

The Double Lover (L'amant Double)

Directed by Frenchman François Ozon, the thriller and drama film "The Double Lover" is adapted by Carol Oates' "Lives of the Twins."

The film features Marine Vacth, Jeremie Renier, Jacqueline Bisset, Myriam Boyer and Dominique Reymond. Chole's relationship with her psychoanalyst Paul is told in the production in which the psychological expression of a physical effect is mentioned.

American Made

Directed by American director Doug Liman, who is known for the films "The Bourne Identity" and "Mr & Mrs Smith," "American Made" features Tom Cruise, Jayma Mays, Domhnall Gleeson, Sarah Wright and Caleb Landry Jones.

The scenario of the thriller, detective and biopic film is adapted by Gary Spinelli. The film focuses on the story of Barry Seal, who is simultaneously a pilot for Pablo Escobar, works for the CIA and also smuggles drugs in the 1980s.

The Emoji Movie

The Emoji Movie, the production by Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation, is directed by English actor and comedian Tony Leondis. Written by Leondis, Eric Siegel and Mike White, the story of the film belongs to Leondis and Siegel.

The Emoji Movie is produced by Michelle Raimo Kouyate and its soundtracks were prepared by Patrick Doyle. The voices in the film was made by the famous figures such as Anna Faris, Christina Aguilera, Sofia Vergara, Jake T. Austin and Patrick Stewart.

Birth of the Dragon

Adapted from real stories, "Birth of the Dragon" is directed by George Nolfi, who is the director of "Ocean's Twelve" and "The Adjustment Bureau." The biopic drama is a co-production between the U.S. and China, and it stars figures like Philip Ng, Xia Yu, Billy Magnussen, Terry Chen and Vanessa Ross.

Written by Stephen J. Rivele and Christopher Wilkinson, the film tells the story of Bruce Lee. He starts to see himself as the best fighter in the world with the effect of his reputation. Shaolin master Wong Jack Man, who comes to San Francisco from China, is a threat according to Bruce Lee and it is inevitable for them to get into a confrontation.

Yarım Kalan (Left Halfway)

Written by Yaşar İliksiz, "Yarım Kalan" tells the love story of a young Armenian girl and a Turkish boy. Produced by Haşim Akkaya in cooperation with Mevv Film, "Yarım Kalan" features Ali Buhara Mete, Mine Tüfekçioğlu, Anıl Altan, Iskui Baldzhian, Nihan Tarhan, Melda Arat and Adnan Erdoğan.

Supported by Mevv Film, the film tells the story of Iskui and Mert. Iskui is a young Armenian girl who comes to Istanbul for university. She falls in love with Mert after meeting him in Istanbul. However, Iskui's brother Aram and Mert's family do not approve of their relationship. There is no place for this kind of love for some people. Iskui and Mert struggle to keep their relationship intact despite all the opposition.

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