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Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali rescue ‘Green book’ of the too hot message. The best films now in the cinema, selected by our filmrecensent Jeroen Struys.



Mexican masterpiece.

It belongs to the family, but is visible, no part of that. She stands one step higher than the dog, of whom they are the feces have to clean up. It may look as when the whole family together for tv, but next to the seat, on the floor. With great feeling for nuance and vivid images brings the Mexican “oscar” Italian Alfonso Cuarón is an ode to his nanny. Hauntingly beautiful and heartbreakingly good. Reviewer Ruben Aerts informed, quite rightly, a maximum number of stars.

Netflixers can watch the film from Friday from the comfort of their own office. That is fine for anyone not in the cinema hit, for whatever reason. But take it from us: it wants you on the big screen. And the good news is that can also.

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Loftrompet for pirouette.

Is this the biggest names Flemish debut ever? A girl wants to be ballerina, but still her man’s body off to dance. This is a film that is vulnerable to dare to prepare and that also asks of the viewer.

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An interview with director Lukas Dhont >




On Tinder would Tina have no chance. But she does have a sixth sense, that they are for her job as a customs officer. And when they a soul mate at the vile bump, everything changes. From Sweden comes a heartwarming movie welcomes that is so weird is that it is only from the tall, dark North.

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The favourite


The battle of Oudenaarde (1708) will be Yorgos Lanthimos paté foie gras being: the director of ‘Dogtooth’, ‘The lobster’ and ‘The killing of a sacred deer’ is in ‘The favourite’ only interested in geflikflooi, intrigue, and the private courtyard of Queen Anne. Actresses Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz, and Olivia Colman let all the men with wigs a poepje smell.

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Green book

Racism on the road.

There are tougher films about racism in the USA – see also: Spike Lee. But you learn there is Don Shirley know, according to Quincy Jones one of the best American jazz pianists ever. All sounds the cover of ‘Yesterday’ meliger than self-raising flour.

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How to train your dragon: the hidden world

Third drakenfilm.

Dragons and vikings return for the closing of the popular animatiefilmreeks of Dreamworks. Reviewer Ruben Aerts saw ‘an epic and heart-warming adventure’.

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War in Ukraine.

On the edge of Europe still rages always a war: a gang of ragtag in Ukraine, with support from Moscow, New Russia was founded. One of our most relevant filmmakers, Sergei Loznitsa, plunges you headlong into the nightmare. He won in Cannes the prize for best director.

An interview with director Sergei Loznitsa and review >

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