New films 2-9 September 2021

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

2021. USA, Australia. Fantastic movie. Directed by Destin Daniel Cretton. Starring: Simu Liu, Tony Leung Chu Wai, Aquafina.

Shang-Chi, a martial artist, must confront ghosts from his own past. He is being pulled into a web of intrigues by the mysterious Ten Rings organization.

Faya Dayi

2021. Ethiopia, USA, Qatar. Documentary. Directed by Jessica Besheer.

The film tells about a trip to the highlands of Harara, where the evergreen shrub kat. Sufi Muslims have chewed khat leaves for centuries during their religious meditations, and today it is Ethiopia’s most lucrative trading culture.

The Gateway

2021. USA. Thriller. Directed by Michele Civetta. Starring: Shay Wigham, Frank Grillo, Olivia Munn.

Parker, an unsuccessful social worker, finds himself in a difficult situation when trying to protect his client from her husband, who recently got out of prison. Will Parker be able to save the family from the violent threat of a manic drug dealer and his crew?


2020. USA. Drama. Directed by Justin Etheridge. Starring: Keith David, Justin Etheridge, Nefetari Spencer.

Payton Poitier is a companion helping Gregory Devereaux, a terminally ill rich man. As they get closer, Gregory rethinks his past actions. It helps Payton find his way in life.

Mogul Mowgli

2020. UK, USA. Drama. Directed by Bassam Tariq. Starring: Riz Ahmed, Anyana Vasan, Ayisha Hart.

The career of Zed, a New York rapper, has finally taken off, and on the eve of the long-awaited tour, he goes to his native London to visit his Pakistani family. As luck would have it, a strange autoimmune disease overtakes him there, which causes severe hallucinations and endangers the career of a musician. Zed has no choice but to turn this unequal struggle into creativity …

Powder Keg

2020. Denmark. Drama. Directed by Ole Christian Madsen. Starring: Nikolai Koster-Waldau, Lars Bruegmann, Jacob Oftebro.

The film is based on real events related to the terrorist attack in the Croodttonden cultural center and in the Copenhagen synagogue in February 2015.

We Need to Do Something

2021. USA. Horror. Directed by Sean King O’Grady. Starring: Lisette Alexis, John James Cronin, Pat Healy.

The family hides from the hurricane in a strange house, but it soon turns out that getting out of there is not so easy …

Who You Think I Am

2020. France, Belgium. Drama. Directed by Safi Nebbu. Starring: Juliette Binoche, Charles Burling, Francis Lepley.

Claire, a 50-year-old divorced teacher, creates a fake profile of a 24-year-old woman on Facebook. She finds a photograph of a beautiful young blonde and uses it to create a completely fictional character. The viewer will have to find out for what reason …

Yakuza Princess

2021. Brazil. Thriller. Directed by Vicente Amorim. Starring: Masumi, Tsuyoshi Ihara, Kenny Leu.

Japanese community in Sao Paulo. Akemi learns that she is the heiress of half of the Yakuza empire and that the other half of the famous crime syndicate yearns for her death. Yakuza messengers begin to pursue the girl, whose life now hangs in the balance. Salvation comes from a foreigner suffering from amnesia, who is sure: an ancient samurai sword connects his fate with a Japanese girl …

Zone 414

2021. United Kingdom. Fantastic movie. Directed by Andrew Baird. Starring: Travis Fimmel, Guy Pearce, Matilda Anna Ingrid Luts.

Near future. High-tech colonies are inhabited by humanoid robots. When the daughter of the creator of the City of Robots goes missing, he sends private detective David Carmichael to find her. He teams up with advanced artificial intelligence and begins an investigation …



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