Mothering Sunday stars Odessa Young as a orphaned maid and soon-to-be writer who has an affair with the only young man, Josh O’Connor, in her community to come back alive from WWI. Also features performances by Colin Firth and Olivia Colman.
Body horror at its finest. A young woman with a titanium plate in her head develops a lust for cars and anything metal. To escape capture after a killing spree, she takes on a new identity but meets her match when she meets a disturbed firefighter.
Bruno Dumont’s France stars Léa Seydoux as a celebrity journalist who must reckon with her fame, her failing marriage and an accident that changes everything.
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Director Dawn Porter (John Lewis: Good Trouble) delivers again with another political documentary wrought with emotion. Inspired by the best-selling book, The Way I See It tells the story of Pete Souza, former photographer for the Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama administrations. The most important documentary you’ll see this year.