Six films to debut this week

DAILY SABAH
ISTANBUL
Published 29.09.2017 21:40
Updated 29.09.2017 21:41
Six films to debut this week

Suspiria

Directed by Dario Argento, "Suspiria," on the 40th anniversary of its debut, is being presented in a restored, uncensored version struck from a 35mm negative. Considered one of the greatest horror films, it was written by Dario Argento and Daria Nicolodi and stars Jessica Harper, Stefania Casini, Flavio Bucci, Miguel Bose, Barbara Magnolfi, Rudolf Schündler, Udo Kier, Alida Valli and Joan Bennett.

Moonwalkers

Directed by Antoine Bardou-Jacquet, "Moonwalkers" is an action-comedy starring Rupert Grint, Ron Perlman, Robert Sheehan, Stephen Campbell Moore, Eric Lampaert and Kevin Bishop.

In the film, the U.S., which wants to beat the Soviet Union in the space race, is determined to land on the moon. However, the CIA, which plans to shoot a fake moon landing, sends agent Tom Kidman to England to find famous director Stanley Kubrick to make the film. However, failing to find Kubrick, Kidman instead teams up with a seedy rock band manager to develop the biggest con of all time: Stage the moon landing; however, complications ensue.

The Lego Ninjago Movie

The new Lego movie sequel, "The Lego Ninjago Movie" tells the struggle of the Green Ninja, who tries to resist evil warlord Garmadon, and his friends.

This animated film is an American production directed by Charlie Bean, Bob Logan and Paul Fisher.

Mother!

"mother!" the new film by Darren Aronofsky, tells the story of a couple who live a happy, quiet life and their relationship, which is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home.

This psychological thriller stars Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Domhnall Gleeson, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ed Harris and Kristen Wiig.

Valley of the Wolves: Homeland

Directed by Serdar Akar, "Valley of Wolves: Homeland," stars Necati Şaşmaz, Sinem Uslu, Cahit Kayaoğlu, Erhan Ufak, Ertuğrul Şakar, Yücel Erten and Nezih Işıtan. Written by Alper Erze, Cahit Kayaoğlu, Murat Koca and Şaşmaz, the fourth sequel to "Valley of the Wolves" tells the story behind the July 15 coup attempt and mobility on Turkey's border and the adventure of a character named Polat Alemdar, played by Şaşmaz, and his friends. The director of cinematography is Selahattin Sancaklı.

My Suburban Stories

Written and directed by Yunus Ozan Korkut, "My Suburban Stories," which features its director, tells the story of interesting people who live in the suburbs in Adana, which is Turkey's sin city.

Interesting characters – amateur footballers that can rig every game in return for money, master bird thieves, local feminist authorities and bar doormen – talk about themselves and their virtues firsthand in this documentary.

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