May 2022 Film Releases: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Le Roi Cerf, The Northman, Nitram, Coupez !, Don Juan, Top Gun: Maverick, Future Crimes, The Last Days in the Desert, … (Cinema / DVD ‘ is )

Following a special 2021 edition, the Cannes Film Festival is back this spring on the Croisette. Some of the films shown at the Palais des Festivals between 17 and 28 May are already scheduled to premiere on our screens, so do not miss the deal!

May 2022 Film Releases: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Le Roi Cerf, The Northman, Nitram, Coupez !, Don Juan, Top Gun: Maverick, Future Crimes, The Last Days in the Desert, … (Cinema / DVD ‘ is )

Wednesday, May 4th

Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness

Recognition of: Sam Raimi

Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams,…

Manuscript: Michael Waldron, based on characters created by Steve Ditko and Stan Lee

Gender: Super hero

Duration: 2h 6min

Official synopsis: In this new Marvel Studios movie, Marvel unlocks the Cinematic Universe and pushes the boundaries of the multiverse even further. Travel into the unknown with Doctor Strange, who with the help of mysterious allies old and new crosses the multifaceted and dangerous realities of the multiverse to meet a mysterious new opponent.

Interests: Tofthreats, coughed coughed … You know the speech now.

The deer king

Recognition of: Masashi Ando and Masayuki Miyaji

Cast (voice, original version): Shinichi Tsutsumi, Ryoma Takeuchi, Hisui Kimura,…

Manuscript: Taku Kishimoto, based on the work of Nahoko Uehashi

Gender: Animation

Duration: 1 h 54 min

Official synopsis: Van was once a brave warrior from the Lonely Twig Clan. Defeated by Zol’s empire, he has since been their prisoner and lives as a slave in a salt mine. One night, the mine is attacked by a pack of rabid wolves, carriers of a mysterious plague. The only survivors of the massacre, Van and a little girl, Yuna, manage to escape. Empire of Zol was not long in discovering their existence, he gives Hohsalle, a prodigy of medicine, the mandate to track them down to find a cure. But Hohsalle and Van, both bound by the plague that rages, will discover a much more horrible truth.

Interests: Japanese talent for animation. And like an air of Princess Mononoke.

Also on your screens this week: With walking sticksyou will have plenty to do in the coming weeks!

Wednesday, May 11th

The Norwegian

Recognition of: Robert Eggers

Cast: Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, Claes Bang, Anya Taylor-Joy, Willem Dafoe, Ethan Hawke, Björk,…

Manuscript: Robert Eggers and Sjon Sigurdsson

Gender: Historic

Duration: 2 h 17 min

Official synopsis: The young prince Amleth has just become a man when his father is brutally murdered by his uncle, who then grabs the boy’s mother. Amleth escapes from her island kingdom by boat and swears revenge. Two decades later, Amleth has become a berserker, a Viking warrior capable of going into bestial rage who plunders and sets fire to Slavic villages with his berserker brothers, until a fortune teller reminds him of his desire to avenge his father, save his mother and kill her uncle. He then embarks on a boat to Iceland, and with the help of Olga, a young slave taken as a slave, he enters his uncle’s farm, also released as a slave, with the intention of taking revenge there.

Interests: The Vikings, very present on the small screen, a little less often on the big screen. Without forgetting the presence of the hypnotic Anya Taylor Joy.


Recognition of: Justin Kurzel

Cast: Caleb Landry Jones, Essie Davis, Judy Davis, Anthony LaPaglia,…

Manuscript: Shaun Grant

Gender: historical drama

Duration: 1 hour 50 min

Official synopsis: In Australia in the mid-1990s, Nitram lives with her parents, where time passes between loneliness and frustration. While offering his services as a gardener, he meets Helen, a marginal heir who lives alone with his animals. Together they build a life apart. When Helen tragically disappears, Nitram’s anger and loneliness reappear. Then begins a long descent that will lead him to the worst.

Interests: The price of male interpretation of Cannes Film Festival 2021. And the eminently current topic of mass murder, which should make some states reflect on their firearms legislation.

Also on your screens this week: With walking sticksyou will have plenty to do in the coming weeks!

Tuesday, May 17th


Recognition of: Michel Hazanavicius

Cast: Matilda Lutz, Berenice Bejo, Romain Duris, Finnegan Oldfield, Grégory Gadebois,…

Manuscript: Michel Hazanavicius, from the original manuscript of Do not cut! by Shin’ichirō Ueda

Gender: Comedy

Duration: 1 h 51 min

Official synopsis: A zombie movie set in an abandoned building. Between worn-out technicians and actors who are not really worried, only the director seems to have invested the necessary energy to give life to yet another low-budget horror film. The interruption of authentic undead will disrupt the recordings …

Interests: The opening (without competition) of Cannes Film Festival 2022 on the background of zombies and comedy.

Monday, May 23rd

Don Juan

Recognition of: Serge Bozon

Cast: Tahar Rahim, Virginie Efira, Alain Chamfort,…

Manuscript: Serge Bozon and Axelle Ropert, based on Molière’s work

Gender: Musical comedy

Duration: 1 hour 40 min

Official synopsis: In 2022, Don Juan is no longer the man who seduces all women, but a man obsessed with a single woman: the one who left him …

Interests: What better way to celebrate 400 years since birth Moliere than adapting one of his plays to the cinema? By presenting it for walking sticks Moreover?

Wednesday, May 25

Top Gun: Maverick

Recognition of: Joseph Kosinsky

Cast: Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, Val Kilmer,…

Manuscript: Ehren Kruger, Eric Warren Singer and Christopher McQuarrie, based on characters created by Jim Cash and Jack Epps Jr.

Gender: Stock

Duration: 2 h 11 min

Official synopsis: After being one of the U.S. Navy’s best fighter pilots for over thirty years, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell continues to push his limits as a test pilot. He refuses to rise in rank because it would force him to give up flying. He is tasked with training a department of young Top Gun school graduates for a special mission that no pilot would ever have imagined. On this mission, Maverick meets Lieutenant Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, son of his deceased friend, navigator Nick “Goose” Bradshaw. Faced with an uncertain future, haunted by its ghosts, Maverick will have to face his worst nightmares during a mission that will claim the greatest sacrifices.

Interests: 36 years later, the sequel came to the cult film Tony Scott ! And what could be better than the red carpet walking sticks to celebrate this?

Future crimes

Instruction and script: David Cronenberg

Cast: Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux, Kristen Stewart,…

Gender: science fiction

Duration: 1 h 47 min

Official synopsis: While the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the human body is subject to new transformations and mutations. With the participation of his partner Caprice, Saul Tenser, a famous performer, stages the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde shows. Timlin, an investigator at the Office of the National Organ Registry, is following their practice closely. It is then that a mysterious group emerges: they want to exploit Saul’s infamous to reveal to the world the next step in human evolution …

Interests: After A story of violence, Shadow promises and A dangerous method, Viggo Mortensen comes back in front of the camera David Cronenberg for an exciting sci-fi film in competition for the Palme d’Or in 2022.

The last days in the desert

Instruction and script: Rodrigo Garcia

Cast: Ewan McGregor, Tye Sheridan, Ciarán Hinds,…

Gender: biopic

Duration: 1 h 39 min

Official synopsis: A holy man and a demon set out on a journey through the desert. They will meet a family struggling to survive.

Interests: Since that time memes were circulating on this topic, it was necessary toEwan McGregor end up wearing Jesus’ costume! A Jesus who will have taken seven to cross the Atlantic to finally meet our black screens.

Also on your screens this week: That’s a start, right?

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