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From the ambitious and clever mind of Greta Gerwig (Little Women, Lady Bird) comes “Barbie”, the iconic toyline comes to life in this fresh, fantasy-comedy, brimming with dazzling visuals, a star studded cast and meta humour that is sure have you laughing hysterically! Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street, Babylon) leads the way as the self-confident, self-sufficient and successful “Barbie”, taking place in the all too perfect Barbie Land, where life is always great! While out at a dance party, Barbie is stricken with a sudden out of the blue worry of her own mortality sending her in a full blown existential crisis, as she’s thrown out of her picture perfect routine and lifestyle. As she navigates her newfound perspective on life Barbie and Ken (Ryan Gosling, The Notebook, La La Land) are advised to travel to the real world in search for answers.
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La passion de Dodin Bouffant (The Taste of Things)

Set in the late 19th century and celebrating the love and culinary artistry - the romance between esteemed cook Eugenie (Juliette Binoche) and gourmet Dodin (Benoît Magimel) blossoms after two decades of working together. Their love story creates delectable dishes that astound the culinary world including the world’s most illustrious chefs. As Dodin yearns for Eugenie's commitment, he decides to start cooking for her. The film—very loosely working off of Marcel Rouff’s 1924 novel La Vie et La Passion de Dodin-Bouffant, Gourmet—both oozes authenticity and carries a timelessly romantic appeal.
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Poor Things

From visionary filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos, “Poor Things” draws inspiration from Alasdair Gray's 1992 novel, delivering an unforgettable narrative centered around Bella Baxter, a young Victorian woman who experiences a peculiar resurrection, courtesy of the brilliant yet unconventional scientist, Dr. Godwin Baxter (Willem Dafoe). Brought back to life, Bella (Emma Stone,) embarks on an odyssey of self-discovery and sexual liberation, guided by the watchful eye of Dr. Baxter. Bella's appetite for worldly experiences, once absent from her previous life, leads her on an unexpected journey when she escapes with Duncan Wedderburn (Mark Ruffalo), a debauched lawyer. Their partnership sets the stage for a whirlwind adventure spanning continents, set against the backdrop of an alternate Victorian-era Scotland, where Bella is free from the societal prejudices of her time. What unfolds is a mesmerizing blend of romance, adventure, and the macabre, as Bella navigates her strange new existence.
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The Holdovers

"The Holdovers" (2023), directed by Alexander Payne, is a heartwarming drama set at a New England prep school during Christmas break. Paul Giamatti stars as a grumpy instructor, stuck overseeing a small group of students stranded on campus. Through unexpected friendships, he connects with a troubled, intelligent student played by newcomer Dominic Sessa, and with the school's grieving head cook, portrayed by Da'Vine Joy Randolph, who recently lost her son in Vietnam.  This touching tale explores the power of human connection and the bonds that form in the unlikeliest of places.
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The Zone of Interest

Jonathan Glazer's Cannes Grand Prix-winning horror, 'The Zone of Interest,' delves into the domestic life of Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Höss and his wife, Hedwig. Living amid the horrors of their actions, the film portrays the chilling juxtaposition of mundane daily life and unspeakable evil. Towards the final days of the Holocaust, Hedwig is fixated on self-preservation, while Rudolf is increasingly burdened by his duties. Shot on location and filmed in monochrome with thermal-imaging cameras, it offers haunting reminders of resistance. With a powerful score by Mica Levi and cinematography by Lukasz Zal, this film is an unforgettable, thought-provoking exploration of the Holocaust's final days. A cinematic experience that will stay with you forever.
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