‘Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets’ and ‘Paris, 13th Arrondissement’ Stand Out Among Weekend’s Movie Premieres – CINEMABLEND

The drama ‘The man who sold his skin’, nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Film, is another of the novelties that arrives on the Spanish billboard.


At the gates of the weekend, we bring you the most interesting novelties that are released this friday april 8 in Spanish cinemas. fans of the universe Harry Potter are in luck. And it is finally released Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore. The third installment of the franchise starring Eddie Redmayne, arrives ready to win over viewers with a battle in which Dumbledore will face the evil Grindelwald.

The theaters also receive, this Friday, the new title by Jacques Audiard, Paris, 13th arrondissement, which premiered at the cannes film festival2021. In addition, you will be able to see The Man Who Sold His Skin, the Tunisian film that competed in the last edition of the Oscars in the category of Best Foreign Film.

‘Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets’

The wait is over, and this weekend it hits Spanish cinemas Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets. Almost four years have passed since the second installment of the franchise set in the fantastic world of Harry Potter was released, and everything indicates that it has been worth it. David Yates has returned behind the cameras to direct this new adventure in which Eddie Redmayne repeats in the skin of the magizoologist Newt Scamander. Along with the actor, Jude Law, Mads Mikkelsen, Callum Turner, Ezra Miller, Alison Sudol and Dan Fogler, among others, complete the main cast.

This third installment of the prequel saga of the magical world created by JK Rowling revolves around the imminent battle that is about to break out between Albus Dumbledore and Gellert Grindelwald. Those who were inseparable friends for years will face each other in a war caused by Grindelwald’s desire to dominate the world of wizards and witches, and end the Muggles. Dumbledore, who will later become the headmaster of the Hogwarts school of magic, intends to prevent this from happening and decides to form his own army with the help of Scamander and his allies.

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‘Paris, 13th district’

Paris, 13th district is the title of the new feature film directed by Jacques Audiard, which arrives in Spanish theaters this Friday, April 8. The film was presented in the Official Section of the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the award for Best Composer, for Rone, for the soundtrack created for the film. The feature film was also screened at the Seville Film Festival last year, and in it, Lucie Zhang, one of its protagonists, won the award for Best Actress.

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The film, inspired by the comic series the intrudersby Adrian Tomine, is a portrait of love and relationships in today’s society. Relationships that seem to have changed with the use of new technologies, but in reality are still quite similar to those of yesteryear. The story follows Emilie, Camille, Nora and Amber, four young people from a Parisian neighborhood who experience different situations related to relationships, sex and the need, or not, to find that person who completes them.

‘The man who sold his skin’

The drama The man who sold his skin It also opens this weekend in Spanish cinemas. After passing through several international film festivals such as Cannes and Venice, the film directed by Kaouther Ben Hania was selected by the Hollywood Academy to compete in the nomination for Best Foreign Film.

The film tells the story of Sam Ali, a young Syrian who manages to flee the country, immersed in a permanent war, in order to get to Brussels to start a relationship with the love of his life. Once on European soil, Sam meets an artist named Jeffrey Godefroi, who proposes that he become the canvas for his next work of art. Sam desperately accepts in the face of his precarious situation, not knowing the consequences of showing off his tattooed back.

The dramatic comedy Love letters do not exist, the drama Ariaferma, the documentary This rain will never stop, the comedy El test, the ‘thriller’ El rezador and the animation film for the whole family Orkestra Lurtarra are other novelties that you can find on the Spanish billboard this weekend.

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