Les Intranquilles, Many Saints of Newark, Riders of Justice: the new VOD releases of 4/02/2021 to see on Première Max

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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:

Macs & PCs:

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

The Intranquilles

In official competition at Cannes, the new film by Belgian director Joachim Lafosse once again immerses us in the intimacy of a couple, formed by Damien Bonnard and Leila Bekhti (both nominated for the César). He is a painter and suffers from bipolarity. She experiences the bad times as badly as the good ones, which are destined to never last. A powerful and very personal film (Lafosse’s father suffered from bipolarity) about the incredible power of love.

Watch Les Intranquilles on Première Max

Many Saints of Newark

14 years after the breathtaking finale of the Sopranos, telling the origins of his anti-hero was all the wrong good idea. Yet, with the son of the late James Gandolfini as young Tony, Many Saints of Newark thwarted our fears and we dive back with delight into the universe created by David Chase, of course at the helm of the project. ” Just when I thought I was out…they pull me back in “, as the other said…

Watch Many Saints of Newark on Premiere Max

Riders of Justice

Deprived of cinema release and broadcast directly on Canal Plus, Riders of Justice arrives on VOD and we warmly recommend this little gem of black humor worthy of the Coen brothers. With a perfect Mads Mikkelsen as a Danish soldier who has to take care of his daughter after the death of his wife, this film also confirms all the talent of its director, Anders Thomas Jensen, to whom we owe The Green Butchers.

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Crossing

Inspired by the history of her family (her great-grandparents fleeing Odessa at the beginning of the 20th century or her mother on the roads of the exodus to the free zone in 1940), Florence Miailhe signs with Crossing a sublime tale about two children lost on the road to exile. A graduate of Decorative Arts, she opted for the technique of animated painting to give life to this initiatory story of captivating beauty.

Watch La Traversée on Première Max

And also :

The Third War

Bigger than us

Everything went well

Flag Day

Tom & Jerry in the Wild West

Eugenie Grandet

7 days

south of heaven

The translator

Violation

Old Henry

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