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Moschino will show films for every taste – Russian and foreign novelties, recent hits and timeless classics.

Moschino cinemas resume their work after a long break. They will work according to new rules: smart seating arrangements will be organized in the cinemas to maintain social distance between the audience. When buying a ticket, the system blocks seats around and makes sure that the hall is not more than 50 percent full. You can buy tickets at website and in a special mobile application “Moschino”

Read about the films to watch in the near future in this article.

For the first time on the big screen: Russian films

From August 1 at Moschino you can watch Anna Melikyan’s Fairy – a fantastic thriller starring Konstantin Khabensky. Its hero, a successful game designer Eugene, is preparing to release a new game. His life is turned upside down by the young activist Tanya (Ekaterina Ageeva). “Fairy” appeared in online cinemas at the end of April, and now goes to the big screen.

Also, after the digital release, the cinema will show “Sputnik” by Yegor Abramenko, sai-fay with Oksana Akinshina in the title role. The actress plays the role of a Soviet neurophysiologist tasked with figuring out what happened on the spacecraft that returned to Earth. Of the two astronauts, only one survived, but an extraterrestrial parasite was wound up in him. The plot in the spirit of “Aliens” unfolds in the scenery of a Soviet military base, on the calendar – 1983.

It is worth paying attention to Yusup Razykov’s horror “Kerosene”, which received last year the prize of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics at the Kinotavr festival. The main character is a lonely village woman named Pavel (she was played by theater actress Elena Susanina, who was 83 at the time of filming). The late husband terribly tormented her during her life, and after death he began to come to Paul in a dream and give various instructions. In reality, the life of the old woman is no less nightmarish – because of the truckers, whom she lets into the house at the request of the deceased, and because of the power outages, which forced her to look for kerosene in the dark.

Among the new domestic films that will be shown in the Moschino cinemas in the first weeks of August, there is also a comedy. The hero of the “Happy End” pensioner Xenophon (Mikhail Gomiashvili) wakes up on a Thai beach. How he got here, he does not remember, without money and documents he ends up in the police, and from there – to forced labor. Xenophon quickly settles in a new place and manages to establish a business, however, illegal.

New foreign cinema

The collection of novels by Roy Andersson “On Infinity”, which received the “Silver Lion” for directing in 2019, also appears on the big screen. The new work of one of the most famous contemporary Swedish directors is a series of stories united by a cross-cutting character, a priest who has ceased to believe in God. As usual with Andersson, almost all the actors are non-professional.

Fans of nerves and Russell Crowe fans may love the thriller Furious. In it, the actor plays a man on the verge of a nervous breakdown, angry with a single mother. He begins to pursue the offender, then her loved ones, and then everyone who gets along the way. The script for the film was written by Karl Ellsworth, co-creator of the crime drama Paranoia (2007) starring Shia LaBeouf.

Escape from Pretoria is a drama by Francis Annan about anti-apartheid fighters in South Africa who are serving time in one of the strictest prisons in the world. The film is based on real events of the 1970s, and was consulted by one of the participants in the real escape, Tim Jenkin. By the way, in the film he is played by Daniel Radcliffe.

Those who love French humor will love the sitcom The Good Doctor. An elderly doctor (Michel Blanc) suffered from rheumatism, he cannot go to patients, but he does not want to lose his job. The idea of ​​sending a pizza delivery man (Hakim Jemili) instead of himself, advising him through a micro-earpiece, at first seems to him ingenious.

The longing for travel can be partially quenched with the documentary film by Francesco Invernizzi and Vito Salinaro “Unknown Italy. Matera is a city of stone ”. Together with architects, masons, guides and residents of Matera, the viewer walks through the streets of the amazing town where time has stopped.

And with the kids, you can go to the new film about the troll universe – “Trolls. World Tour “. This time Rosochka, Tsvetan and their friends will discover open-airs, concerts and rap battles, and they will also save their world from the Queen of the Rocks.

Back to the movies

From August 1, Moschino cinemas will start showing not only films that have not yet appeared on the big screen, but also recent hits. For example, Guy Ritchie’s crime comedy Gentlemen starring Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Hugh Grant and Colin Farrell. McConaughey plays a brilliant Oxford graduate who built an illegal empire. The fun begins when he decides to retire.

You can also watch The Secret Life by Terrence Malick. The director’s new film is based on the biography of the symbol of the Austrian Resistance Franz Jägerstätter, who refused to fight for the Nazis in World War II and died for his beliefs. Starring August Diehl, known for his title role in the film Young Karl Marx (2017).

A new meeting with the classics awaits the audience – screenings of Charlie Chaplin’s films and an extensive retrospective of Andrei Tarkovsky are planned. The latter will begin with Sacrifice, the director’s last film, filmed in Sweden and won four awards at the 1986 Cannes Film Festival.

Older children can be introduced to the classics of Japanese animation. The repertoire of cinemas also includes two films by the genius of Japanese animation Hayao Miyazaki – “Nausicaä of the Valley of the Winds” (1984) and “Howl’s Moving Castle” (2004).

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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