, 1h50 Directed bySergio G. Sánchez OriginEspagne GenresDrama, Thriller, Horror ActorsAnya Taylor-Joy, George MacKay, Charlie Heaton, Mia Goth, Kyle Soller, Tom Fisher Roles Simon Fairbairn, Father Rating67% Jack, ses deux frères, leur sœur et leur mère, en fuite, se réfugient à Marrowbone, une ferme isolée abandonnée depuis des années et qui appartenait à leur grand-tante. Leur mère y décède des suites d'une maladie. Par peur d'être séparés et placés dans des foyers différents, ils décident d'enterrer son cadavre dans le jardin et de continuer à faire croire qu'elle est toujours vivante. Un jour, alors qu'ils sont isolés du monde extérieur, un notaire débarque chez eux pour demander à leur mère de signer un testament. La demeure est également hantée et renferme un secret dans le grenier…
, 1h30 OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, Comedy ActorsDarren boyd, Stephen Fry, Charles Edwards, Rufus Jones, Tom Fisher, Michael Cochrane Roles Graham Chapman / Tramp Rating70% At a meeting in the offices of their film distributor they discuss allowing the film to be released in America first because of the America's first amendment. Cleese voices his support for the idea, and says that he loves Americans. We then see American reporters at a screening of the movie where a near riot is taking place due to the alleged blasphemous nature of the film. The Pythons review a disheartening statement made by a religious leader, implying that the film causes violence. Cleese misinterprets this (possibly deliberately) and goes off on a tangent about little kids carrying out copycat crucifixions on their friends. Their distributor, Barry, suggests a low profile approach for the UK release so as not to cause too much upset. "Let's not project an advert onto the side of Westminster Abbey or make Life of Brian Christmas crackers".
, 1h25 OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, Comedy ActorsAidan Gillen, Tom Fisher, Riann Steele Roles Tom Rating68% The film opens with a man (Tom Fisher) sitting eating breakfast with his family. He drives away from his house to Birmingham New Street, where he boards a train; he gets off in London. He has probably been walking around all day, because it is nighttime when we see him finding a spot outside a shop and laying down to sleep. When he wakes up the next day, he goes to the park, where he throws his smart phone into a lake, opens his wallet, destroys his bank cards and throws them in the bin (along with his wallet with a family photo, but then he returns to retrieve it) and puts the money in his back pocket.
, 1h42 Directed byJean-Marc Vallée OriginUSA GenresDrama, Biography, Historical, Romance ThemesPolitical films, Films about royalty ActorsEmily Blunt, Rupert Friend, Paul Bettany, Miranda Richardson, Jim Broadbent, Mark Strong Roles Lord Chamberlain Rating72% Princess Victoria of Kent is the heiress presumptive to the throne during the last years of the reign of her uncle King William IV. She is brought up under a strict set of rules devised by her mother (her father having died when Victoria was a baby), the Duchess of Kent, along with the comptroller of the Duchess's household, Sir John Conroy, who calls it the "Kensington System." Conroy hopes that William IV will die while Victoria is still a minor, which would mean that the Duchess would be appointed Regent, and he would be the power behind the throne through his considerable control of the Duchess. Victoria grows rebellious and resentful of her mother and Conroy's oppressive control of her every move. During an illness, her mother and Conroy attempt to force Victoria to sign papers that would make Conroy her personal secretary upon her majority. Although weak and ill, Victoria is strong enough to vehemently refuse this ploy, throwing the papers on the floor.
, 1h42 Directed bySophie Marceau, Steven Spielberg, Stephen Dillane, William Nicholson OriginFrance GenresDrama, Romance ActorsSophie Marceau, Stephen Dillane, Kevin Anderson, Lia Williams, Joss Ackland, Wolf Kähler Rating71% In 1837, Swiss governess Elisabeth Laurier (Sophie Marceau) agrees to bear a child for an anonymous English landowner in return for money needed to pay her father's debts. They meet over three nights at a lonely island hotel. Despite their wish for detachment, they develop a deeply passionate connection during their lovemaking by firelight. Their feelings grow after they converse on the beach and at the hotel. Nine months later (10th of August 1838), Elisabeth gives birth to a girl, and as agreed, she gives up the child to the care of the English landowner. Over the coming years, Elisabeth never forgets her child. She begins to keep a journal of watercoloured flowers and plants, adding a page for each holiday and birthday they are apart.