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Grief can take hold of even the strongest people and refuse to let go. It’s why they describe it as a “process.” Maris Curran’s “Five Nights In Maine” takes this idea to heart as it follows Sherwin (David Oyelowo), a recent widower who lost his wife Fiona (Hani Furstenberg) in a car accident. Stricken by grief and depression, he travels to a remote corner of Maine to see Fiona’s cancer-stricken mother Lucinda (Dianne Wiest) who’s being taken care of by caring nurse Ann (Rosie Perez). Tensions run high as both Sherwin and Lucinda deal with the tragedy, and struggle to come to terms with their feelings towards each other and Fiona. Watch an exclusive clip from the film below featuring Sherwin and Ann discussing the loss.
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- Vikram Murthi
Directed by Alex de la Iglesia.
Through a series of informal conversations, archival footage, and reenactments, this film chronicles the rise and the making of the football legend Lionel Messi.
Last year saw the release of the intimate documentary Ronaldo which followed football icon, Cristiano Ronaldo. At the time of the film’s production, the titular Portuguese legend was set to win the FIFA Ballon d’Or, a prestigious award that marks a football player to be the year’s best, and in the years prior there had been much debate between himself and the Argentine legend Lionel Messi. This is more pronounced given that both Ronaldo and Messi play for rivalling football teams Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively. In other words, one could see Ronaldo as a spiritual sequel to Messi.
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