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Flamenco - Flamenco
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Harry Potter Y Las Reliquias De La Muerte. Parte 1 (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows)Directed by David Yates and written by Steve Kloves, the seventh in the series of the Harry Potter films is out. The book broke all records by selling 15 million copies in 24 hours.
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La Bella y la Bestia 3D (Beauty and the Beast)Disney's first feature film to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards in 1991 has finally been released after years of stalling. The 3D remake was on the cards for years but Disney kept everyone waiting. This animated classic, according to most, is worthy of a 3D remake.
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CyrusJohn C. Reilly and Marisa Tomei star alongside comedy gold Jonah Hill in a Duplus brothers flick. Reilly plays a depressive loser who manages to hook up with Molly (Tomei) as things progress he discovers that she has an interesting relationship with her adult son, Hill. Hotly tipped to be the film that allows Hill to shrug off his 'one trick pony' critics.
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Flamenco-FlamencoVittorio Storaro as director of photography and Isidro Muñoz as musical consultant join Carlos Saura in making this documentary on the future of flamenco. After a six month shot at the Pabellón de la Futura in Seville, stars include Eva Yerbabuena, Manolo Sanlúcar and Sara Baras. Saura said of the selection, it was more difficult this time around compared to when he shot Flamenco 15 years ago due to current resurgence in flamenco in Andalucía boosting young talent.
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My Father, My LordIsraeli writer-director David Volach films this sombre movie about a Orthodox Jewish family who take a trip to the Dead Sea. Named Best Narrative Feature at 2007's Tribeca Film Festival, it's a critique of ultra-Orthodox dogma that holds the love of a family as it's centre piece.
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Planes para MañanaThis film by Juana Macías shows 24 hours in the lives of Inés, Antonia, Marian and Mónica, all women of different ages and circumstance at a difficult crossroads in their lives. An emotional, insightful film on how the choices we make effect our lives forever.
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The WayEmilio Estevez directs his dad, Martin Sheen in this film that tells the story of Sheen, who plays opthamologist Tom who has to travel to France to identify the body of his son. Filmed in Spain, Sheen is moved to complete the journey his son was undertaking, The Way of Saint James, picking up different walkers along the way. Critics are generally in favour of Esteve's cool handling of the emotional turmoil Sheen's character goes through.
Flick through our slideshow if you fancy a night at the cinema this week. We take a look at all the latest releases: