Seven films to debut this week

Seven films to debut this week

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," the third feature film of Martin McDonagh, tells the story of a woman who challenges the local authorities as they can't find the murderer of her daughter.

Nominated as a candidate for an Oscar in seven different categories, including "Best Film" and "Best Actress." The film features Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, Abbie Cornish, Peter Dinklage, Caleb Landry Jones, Lucas Hedges, John Hawkes, Zeljko Ivanek, Kathryn Newton and Kerry Condon.

Cebİmdekİ Yabancı

Directed by Serra Yılmaz, "Cebimdeki Yabancı" ("The Stranger in My Pocket") is a new adaptation of "Perfetti Sconosciuti" ("Perfect Strangers").

Featuring Belçim Bilgin, Buğra Gülsoy, Çağlar Çorumlu, Leyla Lydia Tuğutlu, Serkan Altunorak, Şebnem Bozoklu and Şükrü Özyıldız, the film tells the story of seven friends who start to play a game, coming together for a dinner; their relations turn into a mess during the game.

Written by Murat Dişli, this horror and thriller film is produced by Ferzan Özpetek and Necati Akpınar.

Cin Çeşmesi

Directed by Tuncer Gürbüz, "Cin Çeşmesi" ("Jinn Fountain") features Mustafa Kaya, İlayda Özdoğa, Yaşar Aydınlıoğlu, Ece Baykal, Mehmet Tanrıöver, Yavuz Çetin, Gülten Kesgin and Cengiz Demir Öztürk. The film tells the story of a village that is cursed.


Fatih Akın's Golden Globe-winning film "Paramparça" ("In the Fade") tells the story of a woman's search for personal justice when her husband and children are killed in a terror attack in the Hamburg province of Germany.

Written by Fatih Akın, the drama features Diane Kruger, Numan Acar, Johannes Krisch, Ulrich Tukur, Ulrich Brandhoff and Denis Moschitto.

Darkest Hour

Starring Oscar award-winning Gary Oldman in the leading role, "Darkest Hour" tells the problems that British politician Winston Churchill faces after being prime minister.

Directed by Joe Wright, the film features Kristin Scott Thomas, Lily James, Ben Mendelsohn, Ronald Pickup, Stephen Dillane, Samuel West and Nicholas Jones.


"Foxtrot," the second film of Samuel Maoz, who became popular with the film "Lebanon," tells the story of a family that worries about the condition of their son in the army.

The film, a co-production of Israel, Germany and France, stars Lior Ashkenazi, Sarah Adler, Yonaton Shiray and Shira Haas in the leading roles.

Babasının Kızı

Directed by Melisa Üneri, "Babasının Kızı" ("Daddy's Girl") is a documentary film telling the story of a girl who lives in Finland and moves to Turkey as a revolt against her manipulative father.

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