Best movies of June
Starring Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz in a drama about Pablo Escobar. The film “Loving Pablo” is based on the memoirs of journalist Virginia Vallejo, who had an affair with a drug lord. Penelope Cruz played the main female role – according to the actress, one of the most difficult in her career. Javier Bardem, in turn, admits that the role of Escobar dreamed the last 20 years – and finally found the perfect scenario.
“Mrs. Hyde”, since June 7
The new picture has become an adaptation of the “Strange story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” Isabelle Huppert got the role of a modest physics teacher, Madame Jacques, into which, after a thunderbolt, the devil settles in. The film was directed by Serge Boson, a follower of the “French wave” and one of the most original directors of France.
Oscar shorts 2018, from June 21
In Oscar Shorts included 5 best shorts in 2017 according to the Oscar Awards. The top five included films from the UK, USA, Australia and Germany. A wide range of genres – from the drama “Mute child” about a deaf girl to a complex social movie “Watu wote: we all” – about the confrontation of Muslims and Christians in Kenya.
“Eight Ocean Girlfriends,” from June 21, Debbie (Sandra Bullock) is Danny Oushen’s bold sister from Ocean’s “11 friends.” She developed a plan for theft for five years, sitting in prison, collecting a team of adventurers – and breaking in on the Met Gala. The team of Debbie Ocean included Keith Blanchett, Rihanna, Sarah Paulson, Helena Bonham Carter and Mindy Kaling. Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Katie Holmes, Alexander Vang, Michael Kors and hostess Anna Wintour will appear in the role of a cameo. “8 Ocean Girlfriends” is the spin-off of Stephen Soderbergh’s “11 Ocean’s”.
“Mary Shelley and the Monster of Frankenstein,” May 31
“Mary Shelley and the Monster of Frankenstein” is a new film by the 20-year-old El Fanning. In the center of the story is the love story of the English writer Mary Godny (in marriage – Shally) and the poet Percy Shelley, who largely inspired the writer to create the novel “Frankenstein, or modern Prometheus.” The film was taken by Haifa Al-Mansor, the director from Saudi Arabia, who became the first woman in her country to work on a Hollywood film.