Movie listings: all the premiere films this week (February 25-27)

At the gates of a new weekend and with Elden Ring as master of ceremonies in the world of video games, entertainment knocks on our doors inviting us to go to theaters once again. The billboard continues to take shape in a year 2022 full of premieres and, how could it be otherwise, leaves us this Friday with several novelties in theaters throughout Spain. Official Competition, The Medium, Great Freedom, The Triumph and a few more. These are the premiere films this weekend (February 25 to 27) in theaters throughout Spain.

List of releases:

  • Official competition
  • Ainbo: The warrior of the Amazon
  • Super… who?
  • The lost illusions
  • The Medium
  • A Small World
  • The Triumph
  • Great Freedom
  • The Black Spot

Official competition

  • Director: Gastón Duprat, Mariano Cohn.
  • Duration: 114 minutes.

Synopsis: Antonio Banderas, Penélope Cruz, Óscasr Martínez, Carlos Hipólito and many other recognizable faces present us with this dramatic comedy in which a billionaire businessman makes the decision to make the best possible movie. For this, he will hire the best actors and actresses in the sector. Cinema within cinema.

Ainbo: The Amazon Warrior

  • Director: Jose Zelada, Richard Claus.
  • Duration: 84 minutes.

Synopsis: From Canada comes this animated film, a fantastic adventure with touches of comedy that tells us about the adventures of Ainbo, a young woman who lives in the Amazon jungle. After losing her mother and fighting with the rest of the villagers, she embarks on a journey to save her village from a great threat.

Super… who?

  • Director: Philippe Lacheau.
  • Duration: 82 minutes.

Synopsis: French comedy-action film. Cedric (Philippe Lacheau) is a failed actor, rejected by his girlfriend and without savings. One day, a stroke of luck allows him to be the protagonist again in the movie Badman. However, one day, at the end of filming, he has a car accident and wakes up with amnesia: he believes that he is a real superhero.

Lost illusions

  • Director: Xavier Giannoli.
  • Duration: 149 minutes.

Synopsis: French drama with fifteen nominations for the César Awards; including best film. An adaptation of Honoré de Balzac in which Lucien, a young Frenchman, dreams of forging his destiny as a poet. To do this, he will leave his hometown and move to Paris to fulfill his dreams.

The Medium

  • Director: Banjong Pisanthanakun.
  • Duration: 131 minutes.

Synopsis: Thai mockumentary about shamanism. The film ends up turning into a nightmare as soon as a young woman is possessed by something very different from the goddess everyone expected. Awarded at the Sitges Film Festival for the Official Competition Feature Films Section

A small world

  • Director: Laura Wandel.
  • Duration: 72 minutes.

Synopsis: one hour and ten minutes. That’s how long the new Dragon Films lasts, a Belgian feature film awarded at the FIPRESCI Award (Un Certain Regard) at the Cannes Film Festival. This drama about bullying tells us the story of Nora, an elementary school student, and her older brother, Abel, who about bullying. A tender story of silence and overcoming. Very deep and well valued by critics.

The Triumph

  • Director: Emmanuel Courcol.
  • Duration: 105 minutes.

Synopsis: Theatrical comedy awarded as the best European comedy of 2020 at the European Film Awards. Now he comes to the big screen to tell us the story of Etienne (Kad Meran), a nice gentleman actor who runs a theater workshop. After meeting with a group of colleagues, they decide to put on the famous Samuel Beckett play ‘Waiting for Godot’.

Great Freedom

  • Director: Sebastian Meise.
  • Duration: 116 minutes.

Synopsis: romantic drama in which we are told the true story of Hans in three moments (1945, 1957 and 1969) and his relationship with a convicted murderer, Viktor. A story about prison love, homosexuality, and the repression gay people were subjected to in post-war Germany.

The black spot

  • Director: Enrique García.
  • Duration: 89 minutes.

Synopsis: Pablo Puyol and Cuca Escribano star in this thriller based on the seventies in Spain. We are in Aljarria, a town in the south of the Peninsula. The death of Mrs. Matilde Cisneros, will cause her three daughters, Modesta, Manuela and Mercedes, to gather at the wake with her eldest son Eugenio, who without savings will be forced to return to the town he fled 15 years before.