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Sheep in the cinema

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Charlize Theron is this week opposite a sheep farmer in the cinema. The best films now in the cinema, selected by our filmrecensent Jeroen Struys.

1

Schapenheld

Not for lame lambs.


If there is a single journalist on the entire editorial staff of The Standard who have yet to repent is to schapenherder, or the unsurpassed Dorien Knockaert. To them, this documentary is about a sheep farmer on the Belgian-Dutch border. Been a dream to shreds.

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2

Temblores

Save us, lord.


While an earthquake the porcelain does vibrate, and pour the foundation for a family. The shocking news: Pablo has discovered that he is gay. This is Guatemala, where homosexuality enough reason for someone to dismiss, and where churches treatments offering in order to heal. Director Jayro Bustamante has not only a fascinating subject to tackle, and he covers it with a flamboyant style.

An interview with director Jayro Bustamante and the review >

3

Us

Spiegelpaleis is evil.


No one ever thought that the director of ‘Get out’ of a onehitwonder. With ‘Us,’ affirms Jordan Peele to its status as a stylish horrorfilmer, which is just as many laughs as shudder as you think. After an hour of ‘Us’ already enough amazing things shown to all with credits. But then it should really take off. You will never be in the same way listening to ‘I got 5 on it’.

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4

At eternity’s gate

Vincent Van Gogh.


There is no stop to Willem Dafoe as Vincent van Gogh, the painter whose talent is a blessing and a curse. His surroundings looked especially eccentric. A biopic so intense that the paint almost can smell it.

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5

Long shot

Political romcom.


An American comedy that is also really funny? It can, however, proves this movie with Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron. ‘A light film with more body than a Teen-politician, ” writes our reviewer Ruben Aerts. He had to grin of pleasure to the end of this romantic comedy about a foreign affairs minister and her speech-writer.

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