Th­ese sil­ver screen must-sees are sure to raise your pulse this month

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - AGENDA -


Chris­tian Bale plays a di­rec­tion­less writer in LA who suc­cumbs to the he­do­nist Hol­ly­wood life­style, nd­ing tem­po­rary so­lace in a string of women, from a model (Freida Pinto) to a mar­ried woman ( atalie Port­man) Thrill fac­tor: Al­though this is not a thriller, the dark ex­is­ten­tial­ism of this Ter­rence Mal­ick lm makes for some eerie watch­ing at times In cin­e­mas 11 March


Tsotsi di­rec­tor Gavin Hood re­turned to South Africa to lm his lat­est movie about a drone at­tack on a group of ter­ror­ists that goes awry The cast in­cludes He­len Mir­ren, the late Alan Rick­man and Break­ing Bad’s Aaron Paul Thrill fac­tor: The com­bi­na­tion of drones, ter­ror­ism and mil­i­tary mis­man­age­ment is ex­tremely rel­e­vant in to­day's world In cin­e­mas 11 March


Based on the best­selling book by Emma Donoghue, Room tells the story of a five year old boy and his mother (Golden Globe win­ner Brie Lar­son) held cap­tive for as long as the boy has been alive Thrill fac­tor: The har­row­ing es­cape plan will have you grip­ping your seat. In cin­e­mas 26 Fe­bru­ary

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