Free Guy, OSS 117 3: the new VOD releases of 12/10 2021 to see on Première MAX

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All the week’s video on demand releases.

Each week, we invite you to find the latest VOD products on the brand new service Premiere Max by Videofutur, available on Mac and PC, Android and iOS. Here are the urls to access it:

Mac & PC:

www.premieremax.com

Android:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fr.videofutur.premiere#

iOS:

https://apps.apple.com/fr/app/premiere-max/id1585940304

Free Guy

Surprise success of the summer (330 million dollars at the box office), Free Guy is the blockbuster that nobody bet on but broke everything in 2021. With a Ryan Reynolds at ease in his role as a fish in water and the revelation Jodie Comer (Killing Eve, The Last Duel), Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum) has concocted a pure action comedy that flirts with Truman Show and Ready Player One by multiplying the references to geek culture. We validate hard!

Watch Free Guy on Première Max

OSS 117: Red Alert in Black Africa

12 years after Rio no longer responds, Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath is back for a new adventure that sends him to the African continent in the early 1980s. Supported by Pierre Niney and Fatou N’Diaye, Jean Dujardin is still wearing well the costume ofOSS 117, even if the Nicolas Bedos transplant (who replaces Michel Hazanavicius at the realization) did not take as well as one could have hoped.

Watch OSS 117: Red Alert in Black Africa on Première Max

From low floor

Presented at the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival, this first film by Yassine Qnia tells the story of a little thug from Aubervilliers (Soufiane Guerrab) who tries to win back the mother (Souheila Yacoub, amazing) of his little one boy. The chronicle of an announced impasse whose claimed modesty superbly translates the modesty of its main character.

Watch From Low Floor on Première Max

Dear friends !

In Khrushchev’s USSR, proletarians for the first time challenge power by demonstrating. Result, a violent repression, with 28 dead to the key. It is this little-known episode in Soviet history that Andrei Konchalovsky recounts in Dear friends !, by following an ultra Stalinist mother whose convictions are shaken when her daughter is found missing. A dizzying film.

Look Dear comrades! on Première Max

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American Nightmare 5

Laila in Haifa

Fathers profession

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Supernova

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