Movie listings: all the premiere films this week (May 6-8)

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the new Marvel Studios, has finally arrived in theaters, but it is not the only film that we can enjoy these days. Among the premieres of the week are Red Rocket, Outside Noise and Onoda, 10,000 nights of the jungle. These are the premiere films this weekend (from May 6 to 8) in cinemas throughout Spain.

List of premieres:

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
  • Red Rocket
  • Michelangelo (The Sin)
  • Onoda, 10,000 nights in the jungle
  • Jeremy Thomas, a life of cinema
  • Culpa
  • Outside Noise

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

  • Duration: 126 minutes.
  • Direction: Sam Raimi.

Synopsis: Doctor Strange journeys into the unknown alongside his mystical allies. He must go through alternate universes to fight against a powerful adversary. In MeriStation We have had access to an exclusive clip starring Gargantos, a huge demon in the shape of a giant octopus. Read our review here.

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Red Rocket

  • Duration: 130 minutes.
  • Direction: Sean Baker.

Synopsis: Mikey Saber is a disgraced porn star who returns to his hometown in Texas, but no one really wants him back.

Michelangelo (The Sin)

  • Duration: 134 minutes.
  • Direction: Andrei Konchalowsky.

Synopsis: Florence, early 16th century. Michelangelo lives moments of anguish and ecstasy of his creative genius, while two rival noble families dispute his loyalty, which is put to the test when Pope Leo X, of the Medici family, accedes to the papacy and gives him a new lucrative commission. : the facade of the basilica of San Lorenzo. Forced to lie in order to maintain the favor of both families, Michelangelo is gradually tormented by suspicions and hallucinations that lead him to examine his own morals and his artistic failures.

Onoda, 10,000 nights in the jungle

  • Duration: 173 minutes.
  • Direction: Arthur Harari.

Synopsis: Late 1944. Japan is losing the war. By order of the mysterious commander Taniguchi, the young Hirō Onoda is sent to an island in the Philippines just before the American landing. The few soldiers that he drags into the jungle will soon discover the unknown doctrine that will bind them to this man: the secret war. For the Empire, the war is about to end. For Onoda, the war will end 10,000 nights later.

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Jeremy Thomas, a life of cinema

  • Duration: 94 minutes.
  • Direction: Mark Cousins.

Synopsis: For decades, legendary producer Jeremy Thomas has driven from England to the Cannes Film Festival. On this occasion he is accompanied by Mark Cousins, author of ‘The History of Cinema: An Odyssey’. In an intimate and visual five-day road movie through rural France, they look back on some of the films produced by Thomas, which are among the most acclaimed and controversial of all time, such as Bernardo Bertolucci’s ‘The Last Emperor’ , which won 9 Oscars, including Best Picture, or David Cronenberg’s ‘Crash’, which caused a scandal at Cannes. During the trip, images of the films produced by Thomas and statements by some stars who have worked with him, such as Tilda Swinton and Debra Winger, are interspersed.

Culpa

  • Duration: 78 minutes.
  • Address: Ibon Cormenzana.

Synopsis: After being sexually assaulted by an acquaintance and unable to face the situation, a woman leaves her life behind and takes refuge in a lost cabin in the mountains, cutting off all communication with her surroundings, while an unwanted child grows in her. inside.

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Outside Noise

  • Duration: 61 minutes.
  • Direction: Ted Fendt.

Synopsis: Daniela and Mía find themselves in both Berlin and Vienna after having lived in New York. There they live a life of walks, parties and cooking, where they talk about the future and face the challenges that are yet to come.

Fuente | FilmAffinity