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The 3 best films of the week

Matthias Schoenaerts plays the ‘casseroles’ of ‘le toit’ in ‘Frères ennemis’, a French crime drama wars of clichés. The best films now in the cinema, selected by our filmrecensent Jeroen Struys.

1

BlacKkKlansman

Smoldering.


The Bushmen have two ways to get someone out to hunger, says the beautiful girl that he uitvraagt. The little hunger and the big hunger. That last one surprises people who wonder why they live, and that the meaning of life search. And so she leaves to Africa. Or he might be for her cat can provide? A story from Haruki Murakami is beautiful cinema in the hands of the South Korean director Lee Chang-dong. A prachtfilm, appetite.

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2

Burning

Smoldering.


The Bushmen have two ways to get someone out to hunger, says the beautiful girl that he uitvraagt. The little hunger and the big hunger. That last one surprises people who wonder why they live, and that the meaning of life search. And so she leaves to Africa. Or he might be for her cat can provide?

A story from Haruki Murakami is beautiful cinema in the hands of the South Korean director Lee Chang-dong. A prachtfilm, appetite.

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3

Frères ennemis

Suburbs brethren.


Matthias Schoenaerts and Reda Kateb play, two men who together grew up in a suburbs. One was the medallion, the other bandit. Ruben Aerts was filmrecensent and saw solid performances in a foggy grijsgebied that the viewer is forces to prejudices about good and bad, legal and criminal in question’.

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