New March Drama With The Films From Cannes 2021
Only one weekend apart from the announcement of Oscars 2022 winners. On Monday we will finally know who have hit the bull's eye this year. However, these are actually the echoes of 2021 meanwhile the filmmaking never stops and March offers a number of catching new drama movies, which you might consider watching this very weekend:
Plot Synopsis: In 1909, two explorers fight to survive after they're left behind while on a Denmark expedition in ice-covered Greenland.
Plot Synopsis: In a near future, a family reckons with questions of love, connection, and loss after their A.I. helper unexpectedly breaks down.
Plot Synopsis: In post-war Germany, liberation by the Allies does not mean freedom for everyone. Hans is repeatedly imprisoned under Paragraph 175, which criminalizes homosexuality. Over the decades, he develops an unlikely bond with his cellmate Viktor.
Plot Synopsis: An Israeli filmmaker throws himself in the midst of two battles doomed to fail: one against the death of freedom, the other against the death of a mother.
Plot Synopsis: A slave in the antebellum South escapes her secluded plantation only to discover a shocking reality that lies beyond the tree line.
Plot Synopsis: A well-to-do husband who allows his wife to have affairs in order to avoid a divorce becomes a prime suspect in the disappearance of her lovers.
Plot Synopsis: An expert tailor must outwit a dangerous group of mobsters in order to survive a fateful night.
Plot Synopsis: When a climber gets caught in a blizzard, she encounters a stranded stranger and must get them both down the mountain before nightfall.
Plot Synopsis: A maid living in post-World War I England secretly plans to meet with the man she loves before he leaves to marry another woman.
Plot Synopsis: Events leading up to the 1996 Port Arthur massacre on Tasmania in an attempt to understand why and how the atrocity occurred.