7 films debut this week

Published 03.11.2018 00:00
7 films debut this week

'Bohemian Rhapsody'

"Bohemian Rhapsody" focuses on Freddy Mercury, the soloist of the legendary band Queen formed in London at the end of the 1960s, and the progressive process leading up to the band's famous Live Aid concert.

In the film, Rami Malek plays the famous musician and is accompanied by Joseph Mazzello, Ben Hardy, Lucy Boynton, Mike Myers, Aidan Gillen, Gwilym Lee, Tom Hollander, Allen Leech and Aaron McCusker. The film is directed by Bryan Singer and Dexter Fletcher.

'Bel Canto'

Directed by Paul Weitz, "Bel Canto" stars Julianne Moore, Christopher Lambert, Ken Watanabe, Sebastian Koch and Thorbjorn Harr in the leading roles.

Adapted from the bestselling novel of Ann Patchett, the film tells the love story of a famous soprano who travels to South America to give a concert at a special party that the senior executive of a Japanese industry giant organizes.


Written and directed by Gaspar Noe, "Climax" revolves around incidents following a party thrown by a group of 20 dancers who meet in an empty school building to rehearse. Things quickly get out of control. This musical-horror-drama film's leads include Sofia Boutella, Romain Guillermic and Souheila Yacoub.

'The Nutcracker and the Four Realms'

The fantasy production of the week, "The Nutcracker and the Four Realms," is inspired by the classic tale of Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann. Directed by Lass Hallström, the film stars Keira Knightley, Mackenzie Foy, Morgan Freeman and Helen Mirren.

'İyi Oyun'

Directed by Umut Aral, the youth film "İyi Oyun" ("Good Game") centers around a young boy who quickly finds himself in the professional video game sector. The the film, written by Emre Sirel, stars Mert Yazıcıoğlu, Afra Saraçoğlu, Kerem Bürsin, Orkun Işıtmak, Yiğit Kirazcı, Hakan Kurtaş, Doğaç Yıldız and Bahar Şahin.

'Dünya Hali'

Starring Murat Dalkılıç and Melis Sezen, "Dünya Hali" ("Flow of Life") tells the story of a young male animator and an idealist female journalist.

Directed by Ömer Can, the film also features Demet Gül, Gökay Müftüoğlu, Serenay Aktaş, Eren Hacısalihoğlu, Sadık Gürbüz and Pınar Şenol.


Written and directed by Mehmet Sağlam, "Ecinni" ("Jinns") tells what a group of friends who start to communicate with jinns after a girl disappears in a village where they go to shoot a documentary.

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