3 Subtly Good Movies You Might Have Missed

Nocturnal Animals

Nocturnal Animals

USA

Cast: Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal

Althrough, winner of a special prize at the Venice Film Festival and a Golden Globe nomination, Under Cover of Night tells the story of a successful woman who “has it all”. Her life seems to be perfect: her favorite gallery, her husband, and her beautiful home. The picture is shattered by a reminder from her ex-husband, or rather the manuscript of his novel. As she reads, the heroine is immersed not only in the plot of the book but in her own memories of the events of 19 years ago. And, as is often the case, it turns out that the beautiful facade hides the most unexpected content.

Mr. Church/Mr. Church

Mr. Church/Mr. Church

USA

Cast: Eddie Murphy, Britt Roberson

However, The action of this touching and the heart-warming film takes place in early 1970s America. As little Charlie first calls Mr. Church, an ordinary cook who has never read a cook’s book but who cooks so that every meal is a real treat. It was he who became family to Charlie and her mother-just as they were to him. He was supposed to leave after six months, according to his contract, but he didn’t… staying with them until the end.

For Reasons of Conscience/Hacksaw Ridge

For Reasons of Conscience/Hacksaw Ridge

Australia, USA.

Cast: Andrew Garfield, Teresa Palmer, Sam Worthington

Mel Gibson is back in the director’s chair after ten years! That is already popular and one of the reasons he took on the adaptation of this story. That is, it wasn’t about a “costumed” superhero. Although, a real one (albeit played by Andrew Garfield, who many know as the new Spider-Man). The film is set during World War II. The main character is Desmond Doss, a medic who served in the Battle of Okinawa. The main character, Desmond Doss, is a physician who served in Okinawa. He was totally dedicated to the defense of his country. But as a deeply religious man, he refuses to take up arms and kill people. However, at this autumn’s Venice Film Festival, the audience gave the film a standing ovation 10 minutes after its screening—all the more reason to see For Reasons of Conscience.


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