OPENING THIS WEEK – Eagle

 

“Bitch” — A suicidal housewife with a intrigue father snaps and takes on a savage, canine-like disposition. With Jason Ritter, Marianna Palka and Jaime King. Written and destined by Palka.

“Call Me By Your Name” — In 1983 Italy, a 17-year-old Italian-American child finds his enterprise awakened by a large visiting U.S. grad student. With Armie Hammer, Timothee Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar, Esther Garrel and Victoire Du Bois. Written by James Ivory. Directed by Luca Guadagnino.

“Coco” — A immature child with low-pitched aspirations visits a Land of a Dead. Voices of Gael Garcia Bernal, Anthony Gonzalez, Benjamin Bratt and Renée Victor. Directed by Lee Unkrich. Co-directed by Adrian Molina.

“The Crime of Monsieur Lange” — Restored chronicle of executive Jean Renoir’s 1936 French comedy/drama about a clerk who creates a success of a edition residence after a reputed genocide of a owner. With René Lefevre, Florelle and Jules Berry. Written by Jacques Prevert, from a story by Renoir and Jean Castanier.

“Cuba and a Cameraman” — Director Jon Alpert chronicles 45 years of a island underneath Fidel Castro in this documentary.

“Darkest Hour” — Gary Oldman portrays British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in a early days of World War II. With Kristin Scott Thomas, Lily James, Stephen Dillane, Ronald Pickup and Ben Mendelsohn. Written by Anthony McCarten. Directed by Joe Wright.

“Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars” — Documentary on a iconic guitarist. Directed by Lili Finick Zanuck.

“A Gray State” — Documentary on a 2015 deaths of Iraq fight maestro David Crowley and his family while he was operative on a dystopian, anti-government film. Directed by Erik Nelson.

“The Man Who Invented Christmas” — In a terrible slump, author Charles Dickens desperately sets out to write and self-publish a book that competence feed his family. With Dan Stevens, Christopher Plummer and Jonathan Pryce. Written by Susan Coyne. Directed by Bharat Nalluri.

“1945” — An Orthodox male and his son lapse to a village, triggering suspicion, distress and fear among a residents in this Hungarian drama. With Peter Rudolf, Bence Tasnadi and Tamas Szabo Kimmel. Written by Gabor T. Szanto and Ferenc Torok; formed on a brief story. Directed by Ferenc Torok.

“Porto” — An American and a Frenchwoman simulate on a untroubled night spent together in Portugal. With Anton Yelchin and Lucie Lucas. Written by Gabe Klinger and Larry Gross. Directed by Klinger.

“Rebels on Pointe” — Documentary on New York City’s all-male dance association Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo. Directed by Bobbi Jo Hart.

“Remember Me” — After an aged lady loses her father of 6 decades, she contingency rest on her dual egotistic grandchildren. With Rita Moreno, Joel Kelley Dauten and Steve Goldbloom. Written and destined by Goldbloom.

“Sweet Virginia” — A drifter and an ex-rodeo champ form a diligent fondness in an Alaskan town. With Jon Bernthal, Christopher Abbott, Imogen Poots and Rosemarie DeWitt. Written by Benjamin China and Paul China. Directed by Jamie M. Dagg.

“Thelma” — A immature Norwegian college tyro from a eremite family has disturbing, abnormal seizures when she practice a extreme captivate to another girl. With Eili Harboe, Okay Kaya, Ellen Dorrit Petersen and Henrik Rafaelsen. Written by Joachim Trier and Eskil Vogt. Directed by Trier.

— Los Angeles Times

 

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