Battleship'Battleship' tells the tale of an international naval fleet which crosses paths with an armada of unknown origins
If you're heading to the cinema in Barcelona this week, here's a taste of the new releases that you'll have the chance to watch:
Madrid, 1987: The film focuses on two characters, Miguel, an older journalist, and Ángela, a beautiful young student, who represent the duality of their times. 1987 was a year of significant social and political change in Spain, and as the pair somehow find themselves removed from the outside world, they symoblise their polarised generations. On the surface, we see the inequality of age, intellect, ambition and experience, but during the following 24 hours, they conjure up intellectualism, re-live journalism, explore politics and discover each other, as power and desire transfers from person to person.
Battleship: In the Hawaiian Islands, an international naval fleet is forced to engage in a dynamic and intense battle against an armada of unknown origin, 'The Regents', in order to discover and thwart their destructive goals. The aliens come to planet Earth on a mission to build a power source in the ocean.
Alps: In this Greek film, the eponymous Alps is a group made up of a nurse, an ambulance driver, a gymnast and her trainer. Their company specialises in impersonating dead people who hire the relatives, friends or colleagues of the deceased.
De Nicolas a Sarzoky (The Conquest): Set in May 2007, as France was facing presidential elections, this film looks at Nicolas Sarkozy's unstoppable rise to power, his tricks, gimmicks and political clashes, all of which have made him one of the most influential and powerful people in the world, yet alienated him from his wife of the time, Cecilia.