Dune, Stillwater, This music plays for no one: new VOD releases from 02/28/2022 to see on Première Max


All the video on demand releases of the week.

Every week, we offer you the latest VOD releases on the brand new Première Max by Videofutur service, available on Mac and PC, Android and iOS. Here are the urls to access it:

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David Lynch and Alejandro Jodorowki broke their teeth there, not Denis Villeneuve. His adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel is a success, and has seduced the public enough that Warner Bros. validates part 2 which will cover the second half of the book. Clean and polished blockbuster, in line with blade runner 2049, Dunes transports us to a future both so distant and so near, where Man continues to fight for control of wealth (here symbolized by the Spice). A captivating universe in which we will not fail to (re) immerse ourselves in VOD.

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Although Tom McCarthy’s film (spotlight), presented out of competition at the last Cannes Film Festival, did not totally convince us, we appreciated Matt Damon’s impeccable performance. Perfect as a blue-collar American lost in Marseille, where his daughter was accused of murder, the actor develops a great chemistry with our national Camille Cottin, who serves as his fixer in the Marseille city. true-false thriller, Stillwater is above all a film about prejudice and difference, and a rather well-regarded chronicle of the working class.

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This music plays for no one

Despite its selection at Cannes and its tantalizing and heterogeneous cast (François Damiens, JoeyStarr, Bouli Lanners, Vanessa Paradis…), the latest Samuel Benchetritt did not shake up the crowds in theaters (less than 100,000 admissions). Too bad, because this film mixing love and violence is burlesque fireworks full of poetry. So many reasons to give it a chance when it comes out on VOD.

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And also :

The Prey of a Shadow

The Last Testimony

out of death

Death of a telemarketer

Nadia, Butterfly


The Vanished of Valan

The Heist of the Century

The Heroics


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