You can see these 9 new movies in the theater starting this week

The following films are new to see in Dutch cinemas from this week.

scream VI (2023)

leader: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett | Cast: Melissa Barrera, Courteney Cox, Jenna Ortega, Jasmin Savoy Brown | Our review

Having survived Ghostface’s attacks, Sam and his friends Tara, Mindy and Chad (the Core Four) decide to leave Woodsboro behind to start anew. But once they arrive in New York City, the past that haunts the group is shown to still haunt them when Ghostface reappears. look at trailer van scream VI.

to leslie (2022)

leader: Michael Morris | Cast: Andrea Riseborough, Drew Youngblood, Tom Virtue, Lauren Letherer | Once review

Leslie, a single mom from Texas, wins the lottery. The prize money soon runs out and she discovers that she has lost everything she holds dear. Years later, when Leslie can no longer get away with her charms and has hit her rock bottom, she does everything she can to get her life back on track. Based on real events.

look at trailer van to leslie.

Saint Omer (2022)

leader: Alicia Diop | Cast: Kayije Kagame, Guslagie Malanda, Valérie Dréville, Aurélia Petit | eleven identified

This gripping drama follows Rama, a young writer, who travels to Saint Omer to follow the trial of Laurence Coly, a Senegalese immigrant mother on trial for the murder of her baby. Rama is pregnant and discovers many parallels between herself and Laurence. Saint Omer is a disturbing film about the doubts associated with motherhood and the persistence of racism in France.

look at trailer van Saint Omer.

Close to Vermeer (2023)

leader: Susana Raes | Cast: Jonathan Janson, Anna Krekeler, Abbie Vandivere, Gregor JM Weber | Our review

In ‘Close to Vermeer,’ Golden Calf winner Suzanne Raes provides a unique insight into the creation of the largest Vermeer exhibition of all time.

look at trailer van Close to Vermeer.

Polder (2023)

leader: Klaas van Eijkeren, Bob Wilbers | Cast: Jochum ten Haaf, Steef Cuijpers, Randy Fokke, Chris Tates | Our review

Pig farmer Ronald is left alone to take care of his daughter and the farm after his wife’s death. Increasingly stringent environmental requirements hang like a millstone around his neck. When, to make matters worse, animal activist Erik, unfamiliar with Ronald’s situation, launches a vicious hate campaign against him, Ronald is on the brink of despair.

look at trailer van Polder.

What does love have to do with it? (2022)

leader: Shekhar Kapur | Cast: Lily James, Emma Thompson, Shazad Latif, Oliver Chris | Our review

Thirty-something childhood friends, Zoe (Lily James) and Kazim (Shazad Latif) meet again after years. Intrigued by Kazim’s choice of a traditional arranged marriage, Zoe suggests documenting the lead up to their wedding. But over time, doubts arise and they are faced with a difficult decision: will their hearts or their heads follow? At the same time, Zoe has her own digital dating vicissitudes and must deal with her nosy mother Cath (Emma Thompson).

look at trailer van What does love have to do with it?

surinamese women (1978)

leader: By van Prague | | Our review

‘Oema foe Sranan’ (Women of Suriname) is the first documentary about Suriname spoken in Sranan Tongo in the years close to independence. The film follows four women, Jetty, Sonja, Somai, and Sylvie, who deal with being ignored, exploited, and the poverty they experience every day. The restored version of this moving documentary can now be seen again in Dutch cinemas.

look at trailer of the restoration of oema enemy sranan.

number eighteen (2023)

leader: Guido van der Werve | Cast: Marguerite de Brauw, Guido Pollemans, Guido van der Werve

The unlikely story of an artist whose life is saved by his own inferiority complex.

look at trailer van number eighteen

lasikatto (2022)

leader: Mari Sopela | Cast: Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Mari Soppela, Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, Jennie Francis

Award-winning Finnish filmmaker and producer Mari Soppela (Family Files and Mother Land) was surprised to discover Economist magazine’s ‘Glass Ceiling’ Index, which shows equal opportunity prospects for women in the workplace around the world. industrialized. In five years she traveled the world to investigate the curious and complex ‘glass ceiling’.

look at trailer van lasikatto.

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