‘Moonlight’ by Barry Jenkins
A favorite of critics, Barry Jenkins’ second feature has liked, according to Rotten Tomatoes, 90% of the viewers who have seen it. A drama about marginalization, about growing up being poor, black and gay and facing prejudice, divided into three acts that tell three different parts in free mp4 movies of Chiron’s life, played by actors Alex Hibbert, Ashton Sanders and Trevante Rhodes .
‘The Birth of a Nation’, by Nate Parker
With his first feature film, director Nate Parker got almost unanimous applause at the last Sundance Film Festival : taking the title of Griffith ‘s iconic film and freely adapting to William Styron ‘s film “The Confessions of Nat Turner” Parker directs, Scripts and stars that was going to be one of the ‘bombazos’ of the next Oscar. But an extradiegetic scandal has blazed the race for this film at the box office and also in the face of the awards: for the moment, at the Golden Globes , no one has opted for it.
Aquarius by Kleber Mendonça Filho
After passing through Cannes and Seminci, among other festivals, ‘Doña Clara’ (‘Aquarius’ in its original title) recovers Sonia Braga in the role of a retired music critic, lover of the analogical, the life of yesteryear, and that faces the implacable modernity inside the ring ‘real estate. A company intends to buy and transform the building in which it lives and, in the face of its refusal, will begin a campaign of harassment to force Clara to adapt, by force, to ‘progress’.
‘Jackie’, by Pablo Larraín
After staying on the mat of the Oscar door with ‘Neruda’, Pablo Larraín – who lately seems immersed in a Estajanovista spiral – runs a biopic about Jackie Kennedy , who is born Natalie Portman on latest movies, nominated for the Globes of I pray for this role.
‘Trainspotting 2’ by Danny Boyle
Twenty years ago a whole generation was marked by ‘Trainspotting’, a tourist route by the ‘bakalao route’ by Edinburgh handwritten by the writer Irvine Welsh, taken to the cinema by a then almost unknown Danny Boyle . Mark Renton ( Ewan McGregor ) returns to his childhood home , where he meets the gang ( Ewen Bremner , Jonny Lee Miller and Robert Carlyle ), with a porn shoot and probably with the self-destructive spiral he thought he had left behind.
‘Call Me by Your Name’, by Luca Guadagnino
It seems that the Sicilian director has also been bitten by the fly of thisjanovismo. She has not just completed ‘Call Me By Your Name’, which has already begun filming ‘Suspiria’, and all just two years after releasing ‘ Blinded by the Sun ‘, nominated for the Golden Lion although ignored in the most commercial. Based on the novel by the Egyptian writer André Aciman, Guadagnino portrays the sexual awakening of a teenager, Elio, thanks to Oliver, a postdoctoral guest of the youngster’s parents – located on the Italian Riviera – during a summer in the mid-1980s
‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ by Yorgos Lanthimos
With ‘ Canino ‘ (2009), the Greek director managed to make a hole to machetazos in the panorama of the independent cinema. Although ‘ Alps ‘ (2012) disappointed, his first international film, ‘ Langosta ‘ (2015) earned him several prizes at Cannes, and nominations for the Golden Globes and BAFTA. In his new film, Lanthimos repeats with Colin Farrell and premieres with Nicole Kidman in a strange drama about a surgeon with an ambiguous relationship with a teenager that will lead to his whole life mess up. And without missing the ‘touch Lanthimos’.