From this first Friday of the month of June, we will find in the rooms proposed as the horror thriller ‘The Warren File: Forced by the devil’, ‘Dreams of a writer in New York’, ‘A small setback’, ‘Shorta. The weight of the law ‘or’ Karen ‘. Additionally, Quentin Tarantino’s first film, ‘Reservoir Dogs’, returns to theaters.
‘Forced by the devil‘is the new episode of the’ Warren File ‘universe, which includes the first two installments of’ The Conjuring ‘, the’ Annabelle ‘and’ The Nun ‘trilogy, and is considered the most relevant horror franchise, with a collection of $ 1.8 billion at box offices around the world. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga reprise the paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, to tell one of the most sensational cases in their archives. The chilling true-to-life tale begins with the fight for a child’s soul and marked the first time in American history that a murder suspect used demonic possession as a defense.
Based on the autobiographical novel by Joanna Rakoff, ‘Dreams of a writer in New York‘stars Margaret Qualley and three-time Oscar-nominated actress Sigourney Weaver. The film opened the 70th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival. Set in the 90s, it presents a young aspiring writer who gets a job as an assistant to JD Salinger’s literary agent and among her tasks will have to answer the many letters sent by fans to the author of ‘The Catcher in the Rye’.
In addition, it premieres’A little mishap‘, the new feature film by Josh Lawson, director of’ The Little Death ‘, on which Paco León relied to make the hit’ Kiki, love is made ‘. An original comedy that invites reflection while playing with time travel, through the prism of romantic love. In the film, after his wedding to the mysterious Leanne, Teddy discovers that his days go by at full speed. Caught in a loop of time jumps, you will face a race against time.
After its successful stint at the Venice and Toronto festivals, the Nordic thriller ‘Shorta. The weight of the law‘, a fast-paced story set in the suburbs of present-day Denmark, full of racial tensions. In the film, two agents are trapped during their routine patrol in a maze of buildings when the death of a young immigrant who was under police guardianship is announced.
Of Spanish production, the independent film ‘Karen‘, directed by María Pérez, an intimate portrait of the Danish colonist Karen Blixen, author of the autobiographical novel’ Out of Africa ‘, and her last years on the continent, especially her particular relationship with her Somali servant Farah Aden. The writer is played by the popular Madrid singer-songwriter Christina Rosenvinge, of Danish descent, in her first leading role in the cinema.
Reservoir Dogs returns to the big screen
Additionally, Quentin Tarantino’s influential debut feature ‘Reservoir Dogs’, which put the filmmaker on the map, returns to the big screen. Almost 30 years after its premiere in January 1992 at Sundance, the film starring Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn, Steve Buscemi and Tarantino himself, is considered one of the best criminal thrillers in history.