New Releases in Dutch Cinemas This Week: "Anyone But You," "Night Swim," "Priscilla," "Next Goal Wins," "One Life," and "On the Adamant"

News - 4 January 2024
The following films are now showing in Dutch cinemas this week:nn"Anyone But You" (2023)nnDirected by Will Gluck and starring Sydney Sweeney, Glen Powell, Alexandra Shipp, and Darren Barnet, "Anyone But You" tells the story of Beau and Ben, who initially seem like the perfect match. However, after a successful first date, their attraction cools due to a certain event. When they cross paths at a wedding abroad, they decide to pretend to be a couple.

nn"Night Swim" (2024)nnDirected by Bryce McGuire and featuring Kerry Condon, Wyatt Russell, Amélie Hoeferle, and Nancy Lenehan, "Night Swim" follows Ray Waller, a former Major League baseball player forced into early retirement by a degenerative disease. Moving into a new house with his family, they discover a dark secret that unleashes a malevolent force, dragging them into terror.nn"Priscilla" (2023)nnDirected by Sofia Coppola and starring Dagmara Dominczyk, Jacob Elordi, Cailee Spaeny, and Kamilla Kowal, "Priscilla" follows the life of a fourteen-year-old girl who meets and falls in love with Elvis Presley.

Their love story spans twelve years, culminating in a marriage that faces various challenges.nn"Next Goal Wins" (2023)nnDirected by Taika Waititi and starring Michael Fassbender, Oscar Kightley, Kaimana, and David Fane, "Next Goal Wins" follows Dutch football coach Thomas Rongen as he takes charge of the American Samoa national team after a devastating loss. Determined to turn the team around, Rongen sets out to help them secure their first-ever victory.

nn"One Life" (2023)nnDirected by James Hawes and featuring Romola Garai, Anthony Hopkins, Helena Bonham Carter, and Jonathan Pryce, "One Life" tells the true story of Sir Nicholas 'Nicky' Winton, a banker who becomes a humanitarian during World War II. Witnessing the plight of Jewish refugees in Prague, Winton embarks on a mission to save as many lives as possible before it's too late.nn"On the Adamant" (2023)nnDirected by Nicolas Philibert and starring Mamadi Barri, Walid Benziane, Sabine Berlière, and Romain Bernardin, "On the Adamant" explores a unique day care center in Paris.

The floating building on the Seine provides care for adults with mental disorders, offering them support to recover and maintain their well-being. The dedicated team at the center works tirelessly to resist the dehumanization of psychiatry and ensure the best care for their patients.