After a pink summer in which meager weekly releases failed to undermine the dominance Barbie, which has been going on for more than a month, the time has finally come for the changing of the guard. Doomed to the top of the rankings is the face of Cillian Murphy and the name of the physicist who led the Manhattan Project. Quality control director Christopher Nolan. Unlike what happened with the American Barbenheimer, at least we have Oppenheimerone of the highest-grossing R-rated films, in all likelihood, will be able to enjoy the top step of the podium for a while.
The only possible contender is a film for the whole family ghost house. A very expensive Disney production with an all-star cast that has names like Rosario Dawson, Owen Wilson, Winona Ryder, Jamie Lee Curtis, Danny DeVito, Jared Leto and many more. Returning to the Disneyland attraction-inspired movie from twenty years ago, the movie is hitting theaters to entertain and scare young and old alike.
There are also quite a few Italian films that, after touring the most prestigious film festivals, are screened in the hall. They come straight from Locarno. beautiful summer Laura Luchetti based on the novel by Cesare Pavese. Hope Red Annarita Zambrano, which tells the story of a sixteen-year-old girl in the convalescent community in the 1980s. Instead, he switched to Giffoni, like turtles Monica Dugo, the story of a woman who refuses to leave the closet after her husband suddenly leaves. Finally, it was presented in Turin. Long-term perspective Andrea Magnani, the story of a child born and raised in prison.
The international offer is also very rich. From France comes a war film I am your fatherwith Omar Sy as a Senegalese who enlists in the French army during World War I so as not to abandon his 17-year-old son, who has just been recruited. Blue caftan The action takes place in Morocco, in a traditional caftan shop, where the arrival of a young assistant upsets the balance of a pair of owners. It comes from India Last movie show, the story of a child and his irresistible passion for the world of cinema. Finally, Luxembourgish Wolfkins it is a horror about the coming of age of a young werewolf.
Two great throwbacks to find in the hall: nextChristopher Nolan’s first work he saw in preparation for his latest masterpiece, e The wind is getting strongerthe artistic testament of Hayao Miyazaki, which returns to cinemas ten years after its release and in connection with the latest film of the master of Japanese animation.