Six movies, out of which one is Turkish and 5 are worldwide, hit the big screen in Turkish theaters this week.
One of the cult surreal productions of famend director David Lynch, the 1997 movie “Lost Highway” will likely be screened as soon as extra in theaters according to the Corona Virus pandemic guidelines. Starring Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, John Roselius and Michael Massee, the film tells the story of a musician accused of murdering his spouse. The construction involves the forefront because it blurs the timeline.
Directed by John Hyams, “Alone” is one other film in theaters this week. The thriller, starring Jules Willcox, Marc Menchaca, Anthony Heald and Jonathan Rosenthal, is written by Mattias Olsson. The movie is in regards to the efforts of a girl, who was kidnapped within the metropolis to which she moved after dropping her husband, to flee from a distant cabin.
‘The Rest of Us’
Starring Heather Graham, Sophie Nelisse, Jodi Balfour, Charlie Gillespie and Tameka Griffiths within the lead roles, “The Rest of Us” is directed by Aisling Chin-Yee. The Canadian construction tells the story of two girls who unexpectedly have to dwell collectively in the identical home.
“Polaroid” is one other construction aimed toward thriller lovers this week. Directed by Lars Klevberg, the film stars Kathryn Prescott, Tyler Young, Samantha Logan, Keenan Tracey and Priscilla Quintana. The white-knuckle story facilities on the homicide of people that have been photographed in an outdated polaroid. The co-production with the U.S., Canada and Norway was written by American humorist, tv host and screenwriter Blair Butler.
‘Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me’
Another cult film by David Lynch to hit the big screen as soon as extra is “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.” The 1992 movie stars Sheryl Lee, Ray Wise, Madchen Amick, Heather Graham and Dana Ashbrook within the lead roles. Revolving across the story of FBI agent Chet Desmond, the construction follows the disappearance of Desmond after he finds a mysterious clue on the femicide of Teresa Banks. In the meantime, the final week of hedonistic magnificence Laura Palmer’s life within the cozy city of Twin Peaks is revealed to the viewers.
Orçun Behram’s “Bina” (“The Antenna”) is the native horror movie of the week. Starring Ihsan Önal, Gül Arıcı, Levent Ünsal, Enis Yıldız and Işıl Zeynep, the movie focuses on the story of a janitor who witnesses the dying of a civil servant who tries to put in a brand new broadcast system in a constructing to regulate the media.