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Los Ojos de Julia - Julia's EyesGuillermo del Toro and Belén Rueda team up again after their success in the well-received 'Orphange' horror film. This Guillerm Morales directed film stars Rueda as Julia who suffers from a degenerative eye disease. Once she starts to lose her sight, scary things start to happen. Classy, scary and bound to be an international hit.
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Copia Certificada - Certified CopyIranian director Abbas Kiarostami directs William Shimell and his highest profile actor to date, Juliette Binoche. Several years after Binoche suggested they work together, 'Certified Copy' is a day in the life tale of an English writer, on tour promoting his book and his subsequent relationship with Binoche, a French gallerist. It covers many of Kiarostami's main themes, including male-female relationships but is so more than the 'rom-com with a difference' it has been billed as.
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La Tropa de Trapo en el País Donde Siempre Brilla el SolA 3-D version of the popular children's series, The Happets. It's the first animated film to get the 3-D treatment in Spain.
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RetornosÁlvaro returns to his home town after a 10 year absense to assist at his father's funeral. It isn't easy. He attempts a reconciliation with his brother and to get to know his daughter but his efforts start to go wrong after a chance meeting with a road-side prostitute who turns out to be a good friend of his daughters.
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Rumores y Mentiras - Easy AThis American high-school film is written by Bert V. Royal and directed by Will Gluck and loosely based on the novel, 'The Scarlet Letter'. John Hughes' influence can be seen throughout and it is garnering comparisons to top school film 'Mean Girls'. It's a tale of a girl's lie about losing her virginity, which goes viral and spreads throughout the school, via the mediums of iPhones and Youtube.
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The TownBen Affleck adapts the award-winning novel by Chuck Hogan, 'Prince of Thieves' and films a violent crime story set in a run-down area of Boston. An excellent cast, comprising of Affleck himself, Jeremy Renner, Rebecca Hall, John Hamm and even Pete Postlethwaite, star in Ben Affleck's film that has seen many claim he's finally fulfilled the directorial promise he showed in 'Good Will Hunting.'
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Vivir Para Siempre - Ways to Live ForeverGreta Scacchi, Ben Chaplin, Emilia Fox and Phyllida Law star in the adaptation of Sally Nicholl's book of the same name. Directed by Gustavo Ron and produced by Robson Green's company Coastal Productions it is set both in Newcastle and Spain. The story tells of a 12-year-old boy with leukaemia, for the third time who wants to live out all his dreams before he dies.
Take a look through our slideshow to see what new films are released this weekend: