The titles below can be seen in cinemas from today. You can of course use our cinema agenda for times and reservations.
Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness (2022)
Direction: Sam Raimi | cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Benedict WongI Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness reveals the MCU Multiverse and pushes its boundaries further than ever before. With the help of known and new heroes, Doctor Strange explores the dangerous realities and reach of the Multiverse and faces a mysterious new enemy.
Read the review of Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness written by Arjan Welles –
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I’m your person (2021)
Direction: Maria Schrader | cast: Maren Eggert, Dan Stevens, Sandra Hüller, Jürgen Tarrach
The scientist Alma works at the prominent Pergamon Museum in Berlin. To qualify for an additional research budget, she is persuaded to participate in a special study. She has to live with a true-to-life robot for three weeks, which is completely tailored to her personal needs and character. And so Alma meets Tom, the mechanical equivalent of her perfect life partner, who will do anything to make her happy.
Read the review of I’m your person written by Jacoline Maes –
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Direction: Oeke Hoogendijk | cast: †
In ‘Housewitz’, the daughter and filmmaker Oeke Hoogendijk investigates why her mother Lous has refused to leave her home for decades. Lous is an epitome of “Yiddish mama”, an eccentric, smart, convincing mother with a sharp sense of humor. In her self-created isolation, she travels the world via her TVs and computers. She watches the Schönste Bahnstrecken program all night long to keep the recurring nightmares at bay. Nightmares that keep leading her back to the day she was taken from her home as a Jewish girl and put on a transport. Towards the end of his life, Lous opens the door and shuts his daughter in with his cameras. The filmmaker tries to break through the oppressive situation by unraveling his mother’s inner world.
Read the review of Housewitz written by Lisa van der Waal –
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No one needs to know (2021)
Direction: Bouli Lanners, Tim Mielants | cast: Michelle Fairley, Bouli Lanners, Andrew Still, Julian Glover
We trust that our memories tell us who we are. But what if those memories disappear? If stories will replace it? That’s what Phil (Bouli Lanners), a Walloon man on a remote Scottish island, is struggling with. After a brain haemorrhage, he wakes up with memory loss. Millie (Michelle Fairley), daughter of Phil’s boss, takes care of him. She helps him get used to his own life again, tells him where he comes from, what he likes and dislikes, and that they had a secret affair. It’s again careful scanning, but eventually they surrender to each other. Too old love does not rust. But was it really old love?
Read the review of No one needs to know written by Lisa van der Waal –
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The Place of an Other (2021)
Direction: Aurelia Georges | cast: Lyna Khoudri, Sabine Azema, Maud Wyler, Laurent Poitrenaux
Nélie tries to escape her poverty by working as a nurse in the front lines of the First World War. One day, the field hospital comes under fire, and before her eyes, Rose, a young woman of good pedigree, dies. Nélie assumes her identity and flees to Madame de Leng, a wealthy acquaintance of Rose’s parents. Once there, she is warmly welcomed and becomes her companion and reader. Nélie’s lie works beyond her expectations …
Read the review of The Place of an Other written by Frank Stol –
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Direction: Daniel Roher | cast: Alexei Navalny, Yulia Navalnaya, Dasha Navalnaya, Zakhar Navalny
In August 2020, a plane flying from Siberia to Moscow made an emergency landing. One of the passengers, Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, was critically ill. He was taken to a local hospital and eventually evacuated to Berlin, where doctors confirmed he had been poisoned with Novichok, a neurotoxin previously involved in attacks on other opponents of the Russian government. President Vladimir Putin denied any involvement. Not only does Navalny survive the poisoning, but as soon as he recovers a bit, he will counterattack … Watch the trailer for Navalny†