6 films premiering in May to enjoy at the cinema

Film premieres

Have you already seen all the movies you wanted to see from our European cinema suggestions? If so, we propose six Movies more to enjoy the cinema this month of May. Two have already been released, and the rest will be released tomorrow. So take note of them and choose which one you will go to see at the cinema!

Until the end of the world

Directed by Viggo Mortensen and starring him alongside Vicky Krieps and Solly McLeod, Until the End of the World is set in the 1860s in the United States and tells the story of Vivienne Le Coudy and Holger Olsen.

Vivienne Le Coudy is French-Canadian and Holger Olsen is Danish, and their respective stories intersect when they meet in the city of San Francisco. When they later move to a remote area of ​​Nevada to start their life together, their differences come to light: Holger seems content to live a simple life, while Vivienne wants to bring vitality to her routine. Due to his friction, he disappears from his home for several years, leaving his wife to survive on his behalf in a city ​​marked by corruption and insensitivity: something that threatens what they have built. However, an incident will change everything and force both of them to meet again.

A radiant sun

Directed by Mònica Cambra and Ariadna Fortuny, Un Sol Radiant introduces us to Mila, her older sister and her mother, who spend a few days isolated from the madding crowd in a country house. But there is an increasingly tense calm in the air and nerves are on edge. Uncomfortable glances, silences and absences will reveal the imminence of an irreversible event. To keep her family together, Mila decides to organize a party that will become much more than a simple celebration.

Furiosa: from the Mad Max saga

Tomorrow, Furiosa, a prequel to Mad Max: Fury Road directed by George Miller and starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Chris Hemsworth and Tom Burke, opens in our cinemas. The film places us in a post apocalyptic world where everything has lost its value and the few survivors are guided by the law of the fittest.

Without appreciation for life, the only thing that arouses brutal interest is gasoline, synonymous with power and target of gangs armed to the teeth and without scruples. In this context we will learn the story of the captivatingly ruthless, wild and young Furiosa.

Second prize

This is not the first time we have talked to you about this film directed by Isaki Lacuesta and Pol Rodriguez and awarded at the Malaga Festival. A musical drama that (not) it is a movie about The Planets, the veteran band from Granada responsible for hits such as A Good Day, Nightmare in the Amusement Park, What Can I Do or Generational Anthem No. 83.

Granada, late 90s, in full artistic and cultural effervescence. A indie music group lives a delicate moment: the bassist breaks up with the band looking for her place outside of music and the guitarist is immersed in a dangerous spiral of self-destruction. Meanwhile, the singer faces a complicated process of writing and recording his third album. Nobody knows that this album will forever change the music scene of the entire country.

The last summer

Léa Drucker, Olivier Rabourdin and Samuel Kircher star in L'Été dernier, translated as The Last Summer. A suspense drama around gender issues and female freedom, which is a personal Queen of Hearts remake (2019), film by Danish director May el-Toukhy.

Anne is a brilliant lawyer who lives with her husband Pierre and their daughters. When she gradually starts a passionate relationship with Theo, Pierre's son from a previous marriage will jeopardize his career and family life.

On the dry grass

Directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, the turkish On the Dry Grass is the last of the films premiering in May that we propose. The film takes us to a small and remote town with a predominantly Kurdish population, somewhere in eastern Turkey. There Samet teaches classes in a provincial school.

It's not his dream job, and he wants to be transferred to Istanbul as soon as possible. Even so, the art teacher He treats his students with sympathy, precisely because he is aware that Kurdish children in Turkey have little chance of doing anything with their lives. But one day, her favorite student, Sevim, accuses him and her colleague and roommate Kenan of behaving inappropriately with her and another student. Accusations that could quickly mean the end of their careers.

At the same time, Samet meets Nuray, a teacher from another school who has lost one of her legs in a terrorist attack. However, the jealous Samet only develops a real interest in Nuray when Kenan makes a pass at him.

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