Cinema: Come and watch movies in theaters from June 2

Cinema: Come and watch movies in theaters from June 2

The month of June starts off on a grand scale on the cinema front. In fact, there are many movies that are worth watching.

For lovers of the genre, for example, there is Jurassic World – Domination (the sixth chapter of the Jurassic Park series and the third of the Jurassic World series) with Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.

Then, fresh from the presentation (out of competition) at the Cannes Film Festival, Marseille! Or the first feature film signed by actress Jasmine Trinca, who directs here collaborators of the caliber of Alba Rohrwacher, Valeria Golino, Giovanna Ralli and Valentina Cervi. We would also like to point out the release of the documentary My Rembrandt, in a few days and as an event.

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Jurassic World – Domain

Director: Colin Trevorrow

Cast: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum

Distribution: Universal Pictures

Plot: Four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar, dinosaurs live and hunt alongside humans around the world. This delicate balance will shape the future and determine forever whether humans will remain the dominant predators on the planet they now share with the most fearsome creatures in history.

Marcel!

Director: Jasmine Trinka

Cast: Alba Rohrwacher, Mayen Conti, Giovanna Ralli, Umberto Orsini, Dario Cantrelli, Valentina Cervi, Valeria Golino, Giuseppe Cederna

Distribution: Vision Distribution

Plot: A little girl is in love with her mother, but her mother is in love with Marcel aka her dog. An unexpected event will take them on a journey, bringing them closer and revealing to them the great and secret ways of love, beyond all pain.

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The double life of Madeleine Collins

Director: Antoine Baroud

Cast: Virginie Efira, Quim Gutierrez, Bruno Salomon, Jacqueline Bissett

Distribution: Inspired Movies

Plot: Judith leads a double life between Switzerland and France: on one side is Abdel, with whom she raises a little girl, while on the other is Melville, with whom she has two older boys. Her already delicate balance, with the passage of time, runs the risk of shattering and so the woman chooses the most dangerous path that ends in a dizzying escalation.

Wild Nights With Emily Dickinson

Director: Madeleine Olenko

Cast: Molly Shannon, Susan Ziegler, Amy Semetz, Brett Gelman

Distribution: International Cineclub

Plot: Romantic comedy based on the letters of Emily Dickinson, which reveals his relationship with a woman named Susan, first friend and then love, who becomes his sister-in-law.

black parthenop

Directed by: Alessandro Giglio

Cast: Giovanni Esposito, Marta Gastini, Jenna Thiam, Nicola Nocella, Gianluca Di Gennario

Distribution: Volcano Pictures

Plot: We are in Naples. C├ęcile Bonnet, the young daughter of a family of French entrepreneurs, arrives in the city on her first major assignment: to oversee the construction of a series of mega-parking spots in the Tuff Caves. Cecil’s help is Yannis (her project manager and occasional boyfriend), Greta (her father’s charming assistant) and Gianni (Neapolitan technical consultant).

A series of unexpected and violent deaths involving a mysterious presence trap Cecil and his team forty meters below the surface, with no means of communicating with the outside world. Thus began a desperate journey to find a way out.

My Rembrandt (in theaters June 6-7-8)

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Director: OK Hugendijko

Distribution: Nexo Digital

Plot: The documentary in which we see art collectors such as Eijk and Rose-Marie de Mol van Otterloo, the American Thomas Kaplan and the Scottish Duke of Buccleuch show their special bond with “their” Rembrandts. Meanwhile, banker Eric de Rothschild put up two Rembrandts for sale, sparking an uphill political battle between the Rijksmuseum and the Louvre. The film also follows Dutch aristocratic art dealer Jan Six on the path of two “new” Rembrandt paintings: a nerve-wracking journey of discovery that looks like the fulfillment of his biggest childhood dream. But when he is accused of violating an agreement with another art dealer, his world collapses.

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