Marisa Montiel |
Madrid (EFE) to the billboard to try to stop the all-powerful Ant-Man (Ant-Man).
Ant-Man and the Wasp enter the quantum world
The plot of “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”, which opens phase 5 of the so-called Marvel Cinematic Universe, takes place in the so-called Quantum Realm, inspired by real concepts of quantum physics.
The superhero couple Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) will interact with strange creatures in an adventure that will take them beyond the limits they imagined, but they will also have to face the fury of Kang the Conqueror ( Jonathan Majors), villain of the Multiverse Saga.
“They talk”, Sarah Polley nominated for an Oscar
Nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture and Best Director, Sarah Polley’s new feature film, “They Talk,” is based on the novel of the same name by Miriam Toews and features an all-star cast that includes Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley, Judith Ivey, Ben Whishaw, and Frances McDormand.
The film raises questions about forgiveness, faith and systems of power, through the story of a group of women from a Mennonite sect who, after being drugged and sexually assaulted, try to reconcile with their faith.
“The triangle of sadness”, an acid satire on money
The Swede Ruben Östlund won his second Palme d’Or in Cannes, after “The square” (2017), with this satire that ridicules the rich and the cult of money and beauty and that will compete for the Oscar for best film, direction and original script.
On a yacht with a drunk and Marxist captain, played by Woody Harrelson, Östlund introduces a gallery of absurd characters, from a couple of models and ‘influencers’, to a Russian oligarch who quotes Reagan, an endearing English couple who manufacture weapons or a lonely IT businessman who gives away Rolexes to make friends.
Miren Ibarguren and Pol Monen in “America’s Bride”
Alfonso Albacete (“Sólo química”, “Mentiras y gordas”) directs Miren Ibarguren, Ginés García Millán, Pol Monen, Eduardo Casanova and Pepa Charro in this comedy about prejudice and cultural clashes that takes place in Mexico.
Two brothers travel to Mexico for their father’s wedding, with a girl younger than them. Their large family has prepared a welcome for them that they will never forget in their lives.
“Project Wolf Hunting”, a South Korean film awarded in Sitges
Intrigue, action and science fiction go hand in hand in this film directed by the South Korean Kim Hong-sun and which won the Special Jury Prize at the last Sitges Festival.
A group of Korean criminals stage a riot during their transfer, on a cargo ship, from Manila to Busan, guarded by the Korean police captain and 22 other detectives.
“Sealed lips”, from the gulag to the GDR
Puntal Films premieres this film directed by German Bernd Böhlich about a woman named Antonia Berger who, after spending 22 years in a Russian gulag, returns to the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and is forced to keep her horrible experiences a secret.
On the verge of regaining her freedom, Antonia finds that her partner denounces her to the authorities.
“Venus”, from theater to cinema
Víctor Conde’s debut film is based on a play of the same name that premiered in 2017 at the Pavón-Kamikaze Theater in Madrid, about five characters who meet in a café and, through meetings and conversations, travel to different periods of their lives. .
The cast is led by Antonio Hortelano, Ariana Bruguera, Paula Muñoz, Carlos Serrano-Clark and Carlos Gorbe.