Directly from the Venice Film Festival and Cannes arrive in theaters, among the films to see absolutely this month, Bears don’t exist by Jafar Panahi (Special Jury Prize), Travelling by Francesco Rosi on the Pope’s travels in the 9 years of his pontificate e Triangle of Sadness of the Palme d’Or Ruben Östlund. But there are also films for a much wider audience like Amsterdam by David O. Russsel with Margot Robbie, Black Adamnew DC superhero starring The Rock, and Halloween Ends, final chapter of the film saga about Michael Mayers. For those who want to have fun with the couple Julia Roberts-George Clooney we recommend Ticket to Paradise.
On trips – From 4 October
Directly from the Venice Film Festival the documentary by Gianfranco Rosi on Pope and his people traveling around the world during the nine years of his pontificate. A story from 2013 and today, from Lampedusa to Cuba. Territories, words, caresses, hugs and kisses express Bergoglio’s hope and concern for the future that awaits us.
Bears don’t exist – From 6 October
He has just won the Special Jury Prize in Venice. The film directed by Jafar Panahi, under arrest in Iran for protesting against the persecution of his colleague Mohammed Rasoulof, tells of two parallel love stories, in which lovers find themselves facing the force of superstition, the mechanics of power and other hidden and inevitable obstacles to their love triumphs. A metaphorical story about today that goes beyond Iranian borders and denounces the hegemony of power.
Ticket to Paradise – From 6 October
Ol Parker’s movie (Oh mama) reunites for the fourth time the couple of friends formed by George Clooney And Julia Roberts. After the serious Money Monster by Jodie Foster we find them among the films to see this month in a completely different context. They are in Bali and they try to screw up her daughter’s marriage to stop her from making the same mistake they made when they got married twenty-five years earlier. Will they succeed or will the occasion rekindle the flame between the two?