Everything playing in cinemas from September 15

With six new films and three reissues, the film week starts tonight. Standouts are Ruben Estlund’s The Triangle of Sorrow starring the late Sharlby Deane, which won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and part of the film was shot in Chiliadou, Evia, and the Spanish thriller The Daughter. Cinephiles can also enjoy re-releases of the films “Playtime” by Jacques Tati and “Goodbye Children” by Louis Malle.

The Triangle of Sorrow: A film by Ruben Estlund with the bereaved Charlby Dean in the Evia Mile

Ruben Estlund’s second Palme d’Or (Square, Force Majeure) is an unbridled satire on roles and social classes, sending its international cast from the luxury of a luxury cruise to the hardships of survival in a desert – with Chiliadou of Evia to become the backdrop for the third part of this unforgettable cinematic experience.

The film stars Charlby Dean, who passed away last month at the age of 32. The South African actress and model breathed her last in a New York hospital after a “sudden illness”. Also Charlby Dean was known for her role as Syonide, a character she played for two seasons in the series ‘Black Lightning’.

A few words about the film:

Famous models Carl and Yaya are invited on a luxury cruise with a group of unimaginably wealthy passengers, a Russian oligarch, British arms dealers and an alcoholic captain who invokes Marx. In the beginning, everything is material for enviable Instagram posts. But when a storm hits and everyone gets seasick during a dinner with the captain, the idyllic cruise turns into a fiasco. Carl and Yaya find themselves stranded on a desert island with a bunch of billionaires and one of the yacht’s cleaners. The hierarchy is turned upside down on the island, as the cleaner is the only one who knows how to fish.

Screenplay/Director: Ruben Estlund

Starring: Harris Dickinson, Charlby Dean Crick, Woody Harrelson, Vicky Berlin, Henrik Dorsin, Zlatko Buric, Jean-Christophe Foley, Iris Burben, Dolly de Leon, Sungi Meles, Amanda Walker, Oliver Ford Davis, Arvin Kananian, Carolina Ginning, Ralph Sigh.

Duration: 147 minutes

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“The Daughter”: A powerful psychological thriller by Manuel Martin Cuenca

Manuel Martin Cuenca’s film “The Daughter” is a powerful psychological thriller that shocked the Spanish public.

A fifteen-year-old girl residing in a center for juvenile delinquents becomes pregnant. Her trainer at the center suggests she sneak in and live with his wife in their isolated mountain home so she can be cared for until she gives birth, but with one trade-off: they get to keep the baby when it’s born.


Strong Spanish thriller with a central figure of a fifteen-year-old girl, who during her compulsory stay in a special center for delinquent teenagers becomes pregnant, a fact she methodically hides, both from the authorities and from her boyfriend. The girl, who has various psychological problems, is a fanatical TV viewer of reality shows with dates, acquaintances, and problems in the relationships of couples, which certainly does not help her situation…

Before the child is born, one of her trainers suggests that she escape from the structure, and take refuge in his cottage in a mountainous area, where he lives with his wife, to give birth safely, with every care from the childless couple – in fact, he promises her that he will also give her a fairly large sum. But there is one condition: the couple will keep the girl’s newborn…

The young woman accepts this unprecedented agreement, but the arrival of the child in the world ignites great tensions between the couple and the young mother, which will lead to a rift. In addition, the girl’s partner enters the equation, who reappears claiming his rights… The characters of the drama are asked to take a stand on two very basic assumptions: not everything is allowed to those who strongly desire to become parents, nor to defend the your child, he gives you a pardon for your every deed…

The film was screened at the Toronto and San Sebastián Film Festivals, while receiving eight Awards and nine nominations at major Spanish Film Festivals.

The daughter / La hija

Directed by: Manuel Martin Cuenca
Screenplay: Alejandro Hernandez, Manuel Martin Cuenca, Felix Vidal
Actors: Javier Gutierrez, Patricia Lopez Arnaith, Irene Virguez Filippidi

Country of manufacture: Spain
Year of production: 2022
Duration: 122′

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The Man with the Answers by Stelios Kammitsis

A postcard summer road trip from Patras to Bavaria becomes a trip to unbreakable family ties, to new loves that redefine you, to unexpected twists of fate that lead you to exactly the right place. In all the answers.

After the death of his grandmother, Victor, a twenty-year-old former diving champion, leaves by ship for Italy. There he meets Matias, a young, bold German. Both head to Bavaria, each for their own reasons. Both seek answers, each to their own questions.

The Man with the Answers

Year: 2021
Directed by: Stelios Kammitsis

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Orphan: First Kill: Isabelle Ferman returns as Esther in highly anticipated prequel

Esther, the creepy “Orphan” beloved by horror fans in 2009, returns with the excellent 25-year-old Isabelle Ferman taking on the role once again, despite being asked to play the character in childhood. In the long-awaited prequel, the creators honor the tradition of the first film and deliver a subversive origin story with authenticity, as Fairman gives a compelling and convincing performance thanks to old-cut effects and the acting experience gained by the protagonist in between.

William Brent Bell (The Devil Inside Her) is directing, while Julia Stiles (10 Things I Hate About You) and Rochef Sutherland (Hyena Road) appear alongside Isabelle Furman.


After orchestrating a brilliant escape from an Estonian mental institution, Ester travels to America posing as the missing daughter of a wealthy family. However, an unexpected twist brings her face to face with a mother who will protect her family from the murderous “child” at all costs.

Orphan First Kill

Directed by: William Brent Bell

Starring: Isabelle Furman, Julia Stiles, Rochef Sutherland

Duration: 1 hour and 39 minutes

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Hate Game

Determined to succeed professionally without sacrificing her personal ethics, Lucy begins a ruthless game against her cold and efficient nemesis, Joshua, in a rivalry complicated by the feelings she begins to develop for him.

Comedy, American production of 2021, directed by Peter Hutchings, with Lucy Hale, Austin Stowell, Sakina Jaffrey and others.

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The Night of Nima Fakhrara

An exciting horror film by Nima Fakhrara. An Iranian couple living in the US are trapped in a hotel when dark events force them to confront the secrets they keep from each other in a night that never ends.

The Night

The direction is signed by Nima Fakhrara, while Sahab Hosseini and Niousha Noor star.

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Kim Ki-duk’s Island in reissue

Romantic thriller that put Kim Ki-duk on the world map. The silent owner of a quaint hotel with small houseboats on a lake supplies the tenants with bait, while also trading her body. Her attention will be drawn by an also silent man, who wants to kill himself.

Screenplay – Director: Kim Ki Duk

Actors: Jung Soo, Yoo Suk Kim, Sung Hye Park, Yae Hyeon Yo

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Goodbye, Children of Louis Mal reissued

Louis Malle’s autobiographical drama, which in 1987 won him the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, seven César Awards and the BAFTA Awards for Best Film and Best Director, is being reissued.

In a Catholic boarding school in the French countryside, 12-year-old Julien lives a childhood sheltered from the unrest raging in German-occupied France. The arrival of the timid Jean immediately ignites an intense rivalry between the two boys, which gradually gives way to a strong companionship, while at the same time Julien begins to realize the secret his friend is hiding.

Starring Gaspard Manes, Raphael Feito, Francine Racette, Francois Negre and others.

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Playtime by Jacques Tati reissued

The masterpiece comedy of the genius French director and actor Jacques Tati Jacques Tati. Monsieur Ilo wanders through a technologically advanced Paris following a group of American tourists. At the same time, a nightclub-restaurant is preparing for its first night of operation, even though it is still under construction.

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