Arts, Entertainment & Media

Films of the week


Poster of the film Suite Française. Image: Final Reel

Suite Françaisea history and war themed movie will be released this Friday.

It is a screen adaptation of the international best-selling novel by Irène Némirovsky.

The story is set in France in 1940.

It tells the tale of the romance between a young Lucile Angellier and Bruno, a German officer who occupied her house during the period of World War II.

Liam Neeson brings his new action-thriller Run All Night to cinemas this week.

In the film, he plays Jimmy Conlon, who has one night to find out who is trying to murder his son and protect him.

Also in cinemas this week,  X+Y depicts the story of Nathan, a maths prodigy who has a hard time with social interactions and learns to build confidence and develop friendship through an international mathematics competition.

The film was shot in both the UK and Taiwan.

Last weekend the UK box office was been led by Chappie and The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.

Chappie‘s appeal lies in its comic exploration of the potential mischief and consequences of artificial intelligence.

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel bristles with the giants of Britain’s acting profession with a touch of exotic Bollywood style.

Both of them can be enjoyed in cinemas now.

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