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Four new movies that we will see this week

by Stewart Cole

Directed by Philip Barantini. Starring Stephen Graham, Vinette Robinson, Alice Feetham, Jason Flemyng, Ray Panthaki, Malachi Kirby, Lourdes Faberes, Izuka Hoyle. Certificate 15A, limited release / VOD, 95 minutes
A drama after an overnight service at an elegant restaurant in East London. the film gives a real sense of the frantic stress behind such surgeries. The lack of cuts pushes the scenario in real time and does not allow escape from the momentum. The winds of Stephen Graham worry about the pressure to create a remarkable chef. The medium is definitely part of the message. More than anything else, Boiling Point is about the misery of the public. A boring racist asks for the most expensive bottle of wine. Others flutter around their Instagram followers. A convincing nightmare. Full review DC

A HERO ☆ ☆
Directed by Asghar Farhadi. Starring Amir Jadidi, Mohsen Tanabandeh, Fereshteh Sadre Orafaiy, Sarina Farhadi. Limited traffic, 127 minutes

Amir Jadidi in A Hero

A man temporarily released from prison’s debtors is trying to sort out his cases. It would not be entirely accurate to describe Asghar Farhadi’s sixth film as a thriller and yet, from the first seconds, A Hero exerts a vicious grip on the viewer. Like the Iranian director’s most admired films – including the Oscar-winning A Separation – A Hero perfectly marries the genre kicks and social conditions. The busy streets of Shiraz create a vibrant sound landscape and spectacle behind the various dilemmas. Full review ΤΒ

Directed by: Christian Schwochow. Starring Jeremy Irons, George MacKay, Jannis Niewöhner, Sandra Hüller, Liv Lisa Fries, August Diehl, Jessica Brown Findlay, Anjli Mohindra. Netflix, 123 minutes

Jeremy Irons in Munich: The Edge of War

Jeremy Irons in Munich: The Edge of War

Irons is an amazing and sophisticated Neville Chamberlain at the heart of this 2017 adaptation of Robert Harris’ bestseller. Irons’s screenplay and clever interpretation leave Chamberlain open to interpretation. “As far as my personal reputation is concerned, it does not bother me at all,” the British Prime Minister once wrote. Munich: The Edge of War worries more than Chamberlain. He is confused and in error, but he is equally wounded by the First World War and the prospect of a future conflict. Full review ΤΒ

THE 355 ☆☆☆ ☆☆☆
Directed by Simon Kinberg. Starring Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Penélope Cruz, Diane Kruger, Fan Bingbing, Sebastian Stan, gardgar Ramírez. 12A cert, Gen release, 123 min

Jessica Chastain in The 355

Jessica Chastain in The 355

The female stars listed above appear as a group of undercover agents chasing a revealing electronic doohickey. This largely useless movie stands as a graphic tribute to a vanishing era in which movie stars could open movies. In 2022 you can also try to whip a thriller at famous abdominals. Kruger manages to give the right elegant tone. The rest fight with signed parties and half-formed dialogues. 355 emerges from an honest ambition to find action roles for female stars. But it has no energy. Full review DC

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