Furiosa, Second Prize and Late Night with the Devil arrive in theaters

Furiosa, Second Prize and Late Night with the Devil arrive in theaters
Furiosa, Second Prize and Late Night with the Devil arrive in theaters


Spectacular action scenes and brilliant performances by Chris Hemsworth and Annia Taylor-Joy are the great strengths of Furiosa, the fifth installment of George Miller’s ‘Mad Max’ saga that has just been presented at the Cannes festival in style.

Nine years after Mad Max: Fury Road (2015), Taylor-Joy takes over from Charlize Theron in this prequel that shows a young Furiosa living in an idyllic matriarchal community until she falls into the hands of a lord of the war (Hemsworth) that forces her to discover her own weapons.

Duration: 148 minutes

Second prize

Winner of two Golden Shells at the San Sebastián Festival, in Second Prize Isaki Lacuesta transfers to fiction, moving between fantasy and reality, a key moment of Spanish indie rock, the recording of A week in the engine of a bus by Los Planetas .

The breeding ground for that album were a few months that were as complicated as they were decisive for the band from Granada, at the end of the 90s, when the bassist left the group and the guitarist entered a dangerous spiral of self-destruction.

Duration: 109 minutes

The last late night (Late night with the devil)

The new film by brothers Cameron and Colin Cairnes, winner of the best screenplay at the last edition of the Sitges Festival, adopts the aesthetics of a television program from the late 70s, a late-night talk show hosted by the popular Jack Delroy ( David Dastmalchian).

After the death of his wife, Delroy has gone through very difficult times and the audiences of his program have accused him. Determined to regain the interest of viewers, he decides to put on the most talked-about Halloween special on American television, without being aware of the curse he is about to unleash.

Duration: 93 minutes


Eleven stories about love, fear, happiness or hope, the second feature film by Cádiz-born Paco Sepúlveda is an ensemble film that addresses diverse stories to reach a conclusion: we are all more similar than we think.

Fernando Tejero, Maggie Civantos, Aura Garrido, Luisa Gavasa and Emilio Gutiérrez-Caba are some of the most notable names in a cast that also includes the late Juan Diego in his last work for the big screen.

Duration: 90 minutes

Playing with fire

Mathieu owes everything to his friend Vincent. Together, with their partners, they form an inseparable quartet, but Mathieu’s loyalty is tested when he discovers that Vincent is cheating on his wife and, shortly after, his lover is found dead.

These are the premises of Playing with Fire, a film directed and starring Yvan Attal, along with French film stars such as Maïween and Guillaume Cannet.

The last summer

French filmmaker Catherine Breillat, recognized for her controversial way of approaching sexuality in cinema, covers the Danish film Queen of Hearts (2019), which mixes domestic intrigue and passionate drama and reflects on gender issues.

Anne, a brilliant lawyer who lives with her husband Pierre and their daughters, enters into a passionate relationship with Theo, Pierre’s son from a previous marriage, jeopardizing her career and family life.

Duration: 94 minutes


Disney+ has turned around this year for the first time the usual strategy of releasing in theaters and then on platforms with three films that have done the opposite: Soul (2020), released in February, Luca (2021) in March and now It’s Red’s turn (2022).

Directed by Domee Shi, it is a story about diversity and adolescence. A 13-year-old girl is torn between being her mother’s obedient daughter and the hormonal revolution. Every time she gets “too excited” she turns into a giant red panda.

Duration: 100 minutes

The season opens

This French comedy that has triumphed at the box office in the neighboring country continues to explore the very fruitful formula of the clash of cultures, this time between a wealthy urban couple who buys a house in the countryside and some local hunters.

Directed by Frederic Forestier and Antonin Fourlon, it features veteran French comedians in its cast such as Didier Bourdon, Hakim Jemili and Camille Lou.

Duration: 101 minutes

The Primate of Poland

This historical drama directed by Michal Kondrat tells the life of Polish Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński (1901-1981), a key figure during World War II and the Cold War and who marked the path to Pope John Paul II.

Ordained a priest in 1924, during the Second World War the Nazi authorities issued an arrest warrant for him and when the uprising in Warsaw (Poland) broke out he became the chaplain of the hospital for the insurgents of the Polish National Army.

Duration: 140 minutes

Taste of freedom

A young Ukrainian cook moves to the capital, kyiv, with the dream of being a chef and gets a job with a fake resume. The ghost of Olga Franko, creator of the first Ukrainian cookbook, appears to her as she faces the dilemma of discovering the truth. Alexander Berezan directs this culinary comedy.

Duration: 117 minutes

Empty networks

Amir and Narges are two twenty-somethings in love who live in Iran, on the coast of the Caspian Sea, and are forced to keep their story a secret due to the difference in social status. He, from a poor family, finds work in a fishing community that drags him into the dangerous black market of caviar. Directed by Behrooz Karamizade, Empty Nets is an Iranian-German co-production.

Duration: 101 minutes

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