Premiere of a documentary about the latest films of Goya and Álex de la Iglesia and Penélope Cruz

Premiere of a documentary about the latest films of Goya and Álex de la Iglesia and Penélope Cruz

Basque director Álex de la Iglesia premieres his romantic comedy ‘El cuarto pasajero’ this Friday; Italian Emanuele Crialese is directing Penélope Cruz in the family drama ‘L’immensitá’. These are the two most notable additions to the billboard this weekend. Celebrating the return of a David O. Russell movie with ‘Amsterdam’, Seven years after ‘Joy’.

Russell’s film has an impressive cast. It consists of Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, Anya Taylor-Joy (“Queen’s Gambit”), Chris Rock, Mike Myers, Robert De Niro, Taylor Swift and Rami Malek. Key to a romantic epic, the film follows three friends who find themselves embroiled in a secret conspiracy in the history of the United States.

Margot Robbie in a shot from ‘Amsterdam’.

‘L’Immensitá’ competed for the Golden Lion in Venice a little over a month ago and was also seen at Seminci; Penélope Cruz plays a woman living in a couple crisis. Things get complicated when his twelve-year-old daughter tries to convince everyone she’s a boy.

‘Fourth passenger’

Here is the plot suggested by Álex de la Iglesia, who won the ’30 coins’ series two years ago, in ‘El cuarto pasajero’: a shared car ride and intertwined stories. The protagonists are Alberto San Juan, Ernesto Alterio, Blanca Suárez and Rubén Cortada.

The rerun of ‘Joker’ in 70mm format is another incentive for viewers who love details. and he wants to recreate it with the masterful performance of Joaquin Phoenix, which won him an Oscar for best actor. In Palafox the original version comes with subtitles and can also be seen dubbed and in 35 millimeters in Aragonia.

Penelope Cruz is at 'L'immensita.
Penelope Cruz is at ‘L’immensita.

many kinds

‘Bros: more than friends’, a romantic comedy set in the LGTBIQ+ setting directed by Nicholas Stoller, is featured in the remainder of the premieres. where the fear of commitment in a relationship between two men is addressed. ‘Hopper, el pollioliebre’ is an animated adventure aimed at family audiences, focusing on the challenge of being different.

‘Edén’ is the directorial debut of Estefanía Cortés from Madrid. This idea of ​​death had its origins in a mass suicide committed in Japan. Its stars are Charlotte Vega, Marta Nieto, Israel Elejalde and Ramón Barea. On the other hand, French François Favrat is directing the drama ‘Learning business’, where 19-year-old Naëlle (Najaa Bensaid) meets at an integration workshop. His teacher, Hélène (Agnès Jaoui), who managed to introduce him to a craftsmen’s guild.

The drama ‘Goat Cheese and Salted Tea’ comes from Mongolia and Byambasuren Davaa. 11-year-old Amra lives a traditional nomadic life with her mother Zaya, father Erdene and younger sister Altaa, but her routine is threatened by invasion by international mining companies, prospecting for gold and destroying her natural habitat.

A documentary reminds of the movie ‘Rec’ released in 2007 and It gives rise to the concept of ‘Unstoppable Terror’, an analysis of the genre in Spanish cinema. In addition to testimonies by Pablo Rosso, Oriol Maymó, Manuela Velasco, Javier Botet, Carlos Lasarte, Nacho Vigalondo and Javier Ruiz Caldera, Filmmax producer Julio Fernández and directors Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza appear in the film.

On the other hand, the concert given by the English orchestra in Aragonia cold game offers tomorrow in Buenos Aires (Argentina).

Premiere of the movie ‘The Listening Eye Goya’ in Zaragoza

José Luis López-Linares’ documentary ‘The Listening Eye Goya’ opens in cinemas in Spain this Friday. After showing at the Valladolid Seminci on October 23, A special preview was held at the Cervantes cinema in Zaragoza on Thursday, 27th. Digital Version and Syldavia Cinema distribute the film in Spain, co-produced by RTVE and supported by Aragón TV. The film, which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival last spring, premiered at the Louvre in Paris in September.

‘Listening eye Goya’ is a tribute to Jean-Claude Carriere. He passed away in February 2021 at the age of 89. The French screenwriter went to Spain for the last time shortly before his death, and besides admiring the paintings of Francisco de Goya again, it was made available to López-Linares in several places: the Prado Museum, Fuendetodos or La Cartuja de Zaragoza. Carrière co-wrote ‘Belle de jour’ with Buñuel or wrote Calandino’s last film, ‘O indefinite object of desire’. He also wrote ‘Ghosts of Valmont and Goya’ with Milos Forman and ‘The Tin Drum’ with Volker Schlöndorff.

The film can be watched today at 16:30 and 20:15 in the two rooms of Palafox cinemas, and at 16:30 and 18:15 in room 8 of Aragonia. Tomorrow and the day after tomorrow, there will be a morning session at 12:15 in Palafox and at 12:30 in Aragonia.

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