From director Hirokazu Koreeda comes The Third Murder, a crime drama about Misumi, a convicted criminal who’s facing judgement again when a murder is committed and he even confesses to the heinous crime. However, his lawyer Shigemori isn’t convinced, and finds himself stumbling into a rabbit hole of much deeper proportions than he thought when he took on the case.
The Third Murder looks fantastic; chilling in the best way and I don’t know about you, but I’m desperate to find out the stories and secrets lurking within the film’s characters. This is definitely one to look out for.
The Third Murder is out 23rd March.
In a world within our own, unseen by any human, 16 year old Chun is brought to explore the Earth in the form of a dolphin. When an unknown human boy loses his life saving her, she brings him back in the form of a tiny fish, and must nurture and protect him on her journey.
Big Fish and Begonia looks gorgeous animated and has a heart warming and tender story to it. Hitting the UK nearly two years after it’s original Chinese premiere, let’s hope it delivers a sensational experience.
Big Fish and Begonia is out 18th April.
The Ice King is the intimate story of Olympic gold medallist John Curry, an icon who’s love for ice skating knew no bounds. This brand new documentary delves into Curry’s personal letters, archive interviews and unseen footage to chronicle the life and career of the star studded skater, who even at the height of his powers was still affected by his personal life.
If you’re a fan of figure skating or sports documentaries, then this is the film for you. The Ice King looks to be a tender and insightful film.
The Ice King is out 23rd February 2018
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