After two weeks of successful premieres, with the award-winning Alcarrás first and the long-awaited sequel to Doctor Strange later, this week's billboard is characterized by its variety. The portrait of the Italian director Giuseppe Tornatore of his compatriot and friend Ennio Morricone in the documentary Ennio: el maestro stands out. In it, the life of this great composer is traced, especially loved in the world of cinema for the mythical soundtracks that he left for posterity. This Friday also premieres the road movie Hit the road, a feature debut in which the Iranian Panah Panahi recounts the hard journey by car of a family heading to an uncertain destination, since one of its members is forced to leave the country.
In the biography The Miracles of Father Stu, Mark Wahlberg, accompanied by Mel Gibson and Jacki Weaver, plays the priest who was once an agnostic amateur boxer. Without abandoning the diversity of the billboard, the German conference is released, the chronicle of the meeting where the Holocaust was forged.
The other films that are hitting theaters this week are the adaptation of Stephen King's horror novel Eyes of Fire, the French A New World, which delves into the most devastating consequences of capitalism, and The Turtle Maneuver, a story about gender violence.