7 European films that are coming out soon and we want to see

European films

There are many film premieres that we will be able to enjoy next month; so many that making a selection was tremendously difficult for me. That's why I have limited myself to sharing those European films coming out soon and that they are more likely to take me to the movies. Discover these premieres and tell me which one you are looking forward to seeing.

Chimera

Since I saw 'Wonderland' I've been looking forward to a new project from the Italian Alice Rohrwacher. That's why I'm sure that this weekend I'll go see 'The Chimera', his new film starring Josh O'Connor, Carol Duarte, Vincenzo Nemolato and Isabella Rossellini, among others.

We all have a chimera, something we want to do, have, but never find. For the 'tombaroli' gang, the thieves of ancient tombs and archaeological sites, the chimera is to dream of stopping working and becoming rich without effort. To Arthur, the chimera looks like Benjamina, the woman he lost. In order to find it, Arthur will face the invisible, he will investigate everywhere, he will penetrate the earth, determined to find the door that leads to the Beyond that the myths speak of. In their daring journey between the living and the dead, forests and cities, parties and solitudes, the destinies of the characters intersect, all in search of their chimera.

The consent

Based on the novel Consent by Vanessa Springora, this weekend the film of the same name directed by the French Vanessa Filho and starring Kim Higelin, Jean-Paul Rouve, Laetitia Casta and Sara Giraudeau opens in our cinemas.

Paris, 1985. Vanessa is thirteen years old when she meets Gabriel Matzneff, a very intelligent and manipulative man. The renowned fifty-year-old writer seduces the young woman. The teenager becomes the lover and muse of a man celebrated by the cultural and political world. Losing herself in the relationship, she gradually begins to realize how destructive and abnormal the situation is, until she finally sees Gabriel Matzneff for the predator she truly is.

mammal

Liliana Torres directs 'Mammifera', a film starring Maria Rodríguez Soto and Enric Auquer that is about motherhood and the choice to live without children. Lola enjoys a happy life with her partner, Bruno, until an unexpected pregnancy revolutionizes all of her plans. Although Lola has always been clear that being a mother doesn't suit her, Now she feels challenged by social expectations and faces her inner fears.

During the three days they have to wait for their appointment at the clinic, Lola approaches her friends and family with the intention of reaffirming her decision. Bruno had never imagined himself as a father either. Until now.

We will always have tomorrow

On April 26, 'We'll Always Have Tomorrow' by Italian Paola Cortellesi arrives in our cinemas, one of the European films I'm most curious about. It's spring and the whole family is in an uproar about the imminent engagement of the beloved eldest daughter, Marcella, who, for her part, only hopes to quickly marry a nice middle-class boy, Giulio, and finally get rid of that uncomfortable family.

Love Gloria

Marie Amachoukeli-Barsacq directs this delightful film, as many define it, starring Louise Mauroy-Panzani, Arnaud Rebotini, Ilça Moreno Zego and Abnara Gomes Varela. The film introduces us to Cléo, six years old, who He loves his nanny Gloria more than anything. in the world. When Gloria has to return to Cape Verde to take care of her own children, they must both make the most of their last summer together. One of the most visually pleasing European films.

The house

One of the favorite Spanish films of the last edition of the Malaga Festival, 'The House', will hit theaters on May 1. Álex Montoya directs this film in which three brothers they meet at the family home where they spent their childhood summers after their father's death. He has to decide what to do with the house, which will be more difficult than expected. Based on the graphic novel of the same name by Paco Roca, winner of an Eisner Award in 2020.

Nina

Andrea Jaurrieta received the Special Prize from the Critics' Jury at the Malaga Festival for 'Nina'. another movie that I really want to see but for which we will have to wait until May 10. Nina decides to return to the coastal town where she grew up, with a shotgun in her bag and one goal: to take revenge on Pedro, a famous writer to whom the town now pays tribute. He reunion with his place of origin, With his memories of the past and with Blas, a childhood friend, he will make him reconsider if revenge is his only option.


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