Featured this week in a cinema near you!

À l’affiche cette semaine dans un cinéma près de chez vous!

Last Friday, several cinemas in montreal have opened their doors in complying with the new sanitary measures. With all the reports of releases of films because of the COVID-19, the 24 Hours has decided to enlighten you a little on the feature films on display this week in Montreal.

14 days, 12 nights

Anne Dorval is the incarnation of a mother in mourning in this feature film by Jean-Philippe Duval. Isabelle and her husband have adopted several years ago Clara in Vietnam. Their child, now a young woman, has unfortunately lost his life in an accident. The mother, bereaved, will travel to Hanoi, the vietnamese capital, to discover the culture of his daughter. Will she manage to come into contact with the biological mother?

Cinema Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin

Cinema Beaubien

Méga-Plex Marché Central

Mega-Plex Lacordaire

1917

A few cinemas in montreal offer you the opportunity to see or revisit this oscar winning film released last January in Quebec. During the First world War, two young british soldiers are given a mission of utmost importance. If they fail, nearly 1600 men could die at the hands of German troops that have put in place a trap. William and Tom will therefore have to cross enemy territory to carry out their mission.

Ciné Starz Langelier

Cinema Dollar

Cinema Banque Scotia Montreal

Bloodshot

Fond of action will be delighted with this movie from Dave Wilson starring none other than Vin Diesel. The latter embodies Ray Garrison, a military that holds super powers due to injections he received in his blood. The memory of the man has been removed, but some bits of his past he will. He will then thirst for vengeance.

Cinema Banque Scotia Montreal

Cinema Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin

Ciné Starz Côte-des-Neiges

Méga-Plex Marché Central

Mega-Plex Sphèretech

Mega-Plex Lacordaire

This is the paradise?

This comedy of Elia Suleiman traces the journey of a palestinian filmmaker who wants to find someone to finance his latest film. After a rejection in Nazareth, he will try his luck in Paris, then in New York. In these western countries as he was always described as excellent venues for a new life, he will quickly come to realize that a number of elements reminds him of his native country.

Cinema Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin

Modern Cinema

Cinema Beaubien

Doctor?

A French doctor, Serge, is a hair to be remove. So he could not protest when you ask him to be the doctor on duty for emergencies at home, in the evening of Christmas. Serge is injured, however, at the back, which prevents him to get to his appointments. Not wanting to risk losing their job, the doctor will call for a delivery driver who will visit with patients at his place.

Méga-Plex Marché Central

Mega-Plex Lacordaire

Cinema Beaubien

Cinema Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin

Cinema Banque Scotia Montreal

Mafia Inc.

The film of Podz, which plunges us into the heart of a montreal family that bathes in the mafia is one of the headliners of several cinemas. Vincent Gamache, played by Marc-André Grondin, is almost like a son to the godfather of the mafia in montreal, as he was the best friend of his biological son. While it performs tasks for the godfather, the young man will go too far, which will result in serious consequences.

Cinema Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin

Cinema Beaubien

Méga-Plex Marché Central

Mega-Plex Sphèretech

Mega-Plex Lacordaire

The invisible man

Cecilia runs off of a relationship toxic with a violent man. Two weeks after his departure, she learns that her ex-husband committed suicide, and that he has given her a good sum of money. However, the woman remains traumatized by his experience. In addition, abnormal stuff will begin to unfold before his eyes.

Ciné Starz Langelier

Ciné Starz Côte-des-Neiges

Cinema Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin

Cinema Banque Scotia Montreal

Suspect number one

As of Friday, the film by Daniel Roby will also be shown in several cinemas. The scenario is based on a true story that has been revealed by the investigative journalist Victor Malarek. There are, among others, Antoine Pilon, who embodies a heroin addict for 27 years. The named Daniel Light will be stuck in a big police operation. The investigators believe that he took the drug from Thailand to Canada. It will therefore in a prison in thailand.

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