Cineminha this weekend

Cineminha this weekend

I don’t know about you, but I felt like going to the cinema! Nothing better than taking a Friday night or weekend to enjoy a session. Popcorn, sweets and, of course, good movies! I was taking a look at the movies and I’m looking forward to watching 3 of them – there’s something for everyone!

Bridge of Spies


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The film, directed by Steven Spielberg, tells the story of American lawyer James Donovan (Tom Hanks). He was tasked with defending Soviet spy Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance) in the middle of the Cold War. Donovan ended up getting involved in negotiations between the United States and the Soviet Union in the period and was tasked with exchanging the Soviet for an American soldier.
The story is all based on real facts. It seems very interesting to see the Cold War, so depicted in the films, from another point of view – that of the lawyer and not the spy.

007 – Against Specter


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Since the subject is espionage, we could not miss the launch of the week. The famous agent James Bond is on the poster again. The film has received good reviews, especially with regard to Daniel Craig’s performance in his fourth film in the series. The story is James Bond’s search for a criminal organization, Specter. The agent discovers this organization by chance, when he sees a symbol on a ring of a criminal from Mexico.
After unraveling the meaning of the Specter, Bond goes to Rome with a few more agents. The story seems to be super tight and has a more personal side to James Bond. The production hit a box office record in the UK, surpassing Harry Potter.

Elm and the Seagull


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The plot is based on the story of the troubled pregnancy of actress Olivia (Olivia Corsine). She discovers pregnancy in the preparations to enter the play with the play “A Gaivota”. She suffers an accident and has to move away from production and several problems start to appear: changes in routine, in her body and psychological conflicts. The interesting thing is that pregnancy is almost never seen from that point of view!
The film is a Brazilian, Danish, French, Portuguese and Swedish co-production. The direction is by Petra Costa, one of the most renowned Brazilian directors today, and co-directed by the Danish Lea Glob.
The production has already won the prize for Best Documentary at Festival do Rio that year. Many controversies revolve around the film and so I think it is worth checking out!
Have you decided which one to watch?

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