New Movies in Dutch Cinemas This Week: Marvels, Hardcore Never Dies, Albanian Virgin, and More

News - 9 November 2023
The following movies are now available for viewing in Dutch cinemas starting this week:nn"The Marvels" (2023)nDirected by Nia DaCosta and starring Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, Iman Vellani, and Samuel L. Jackson. In this film, Carol Danvers, also known as Captain Marvel, must team up with her niece Monica Rambeau and Kamala Khan, aka Ms.

Marvel, to save the universe after it becomes destabilized following her revenge against the Supreme Intelligence.nn"Hardcore Never Dies" (2023)nDirected by Jim Taihuttu and starring Joes Brauers, Jim Deddes, Rosa Stil, and Jordy Dijkshoorn. This movie follows seventeen-year-old Michael who dreams of becoming a pianist despite his parents' objections.

When his brother Danny introduces him to the Rotterdam gabber scene, Michael is drawn into a world of hard beats, brotherhood, and drugs, leading to a dangerous situation for both brothers.nn"The Albanian Virgin" (2021)nDirected by Bujar Alimani and starring Mimoza Azemi, Fatlume Bunjaku, Kasem Hoxha, and Astrit Kabashi. The story revolves around Luana, who defies tradition by refusing to marry the man chosen for her by her family.

Instead, she decides to live as a man to seek revenge for her father's murder, challenging societal norms and expectations in the process.nn"Everything is Still as it Should Be" (2023)nDirected by Erwin van den Eshof and starring Barbara Sloesen, Walid Benmbarek, Sanne Langelaar, and Holly Mae Brood. After a painful breakup, Iris's life seems to be on track, with a new love, a child on the way, and a dream wedding in the works.

However, complications arise as she navigates the complexities of a blended family and strained relationships, leading to unexpected challenges.nn"The Miracle Club" (2023)nDirected by Thaddeus O'Sullivan and starring Maggie Smith, Laura Linney, Kathy Bates, and Agnes O'Casey. Set in 1968 Dublin, this film follows three housewives who win a pilgrimage to Lourdes, where they embark on a journey of self-discovery, friendship, and personal growth as they confront their own obstacles and rediscover the power of their bond.

nn"In the Court of the Crimson King: King Crimson at 50" (2022)nDirected by Toby Amies, this documentary explores the legendary progressive rock band King Crimson's journey over 50 years. The film delves into the band's impact on music and culture, highlighting their evolution and enduring legacy.nn"Stranger in My Own Skin" (2023)nDirected by Katia de Vidas, this documentary follows English rock star Peter Doherty's battle with drug addiction and personal struggles.

Through a 10-year period, the film captures Doherty's journey to overcome his demons and find redemption through his music and personal experiences.nn"Strangers by Night" (2023)nDirected by Alex Lutz and starring Karin Viard, Alex Lutz, Jérôme Pouly, and Noémie De Lattre, this film follows an unlikely pair who engage in a spontaneous encounter in a Paris metro station. As they embark on a night of conversations and connections, they grapple with the realization that circumstances may prevent them from being together.

nn"Our Nature" (2022)nDirected by Dick Harrewijn, Pim Niesten, and Maria Lise Van Spring, this film explores the relationship between wild nature and urbanization in Belgium. Despite the densely populated areas and limited space for wildlife, the film showcases the resilience of animals adapting to their changing environment.nn"I'm Perfectly Fine" (2023)nDirected by Dario van Vree and featuring Tijn de Jong, Penny Jenkinson, Meghna Kumar, and Jetty Mathurin, this movie follows illustrator Maya's journey through a burnout as she learns to let go of perfection and embrace self-acceptance.

Through setbacks and challenges, Maya discovers the importance of being "good enough" and finding balance in her life.nnThese diverse and compelling films offer a range of stories that promise to captivate audiences and spark thought-provoking conversations. From tales of heroism and resilience to personal struggles and self-discovery, these movies showcase the depth and diversity of the human experience.

Don't miss the chance to experience these films on the big screen and immerse yourself in their rich narratives and powerful performances.