Film Movement Plus - November 2021 Streaming Premieres
By Film Movement|November 1, 2020
Muhammad Ali stars in a rare dramatic role as a former slave and soldier who rises to become a U.S. senator. Narrated by Ossie Davis and featuring an all-star cast that also includes Kris Kristofferson, Edward Herrmann and Alfre Woodard.
When management begins to sell off equipment at an elevator parts factory, the workers begin to weigh their options, which include everything from a strike to armed revolt. Winner of the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes Directors' Fortnight.
As the Manila police force descends on the slums to arrest a drug lord, corrupt cop Espino and informant Elijah flee with a backpack full of cash and meth.
Josephine Baker stars as a nightclub owner in this farcical romantic comedy set in WWII France about young lovers forbidden to marry by their respective families.
Frank Paterno, a Montreal mafia boss, hopes to legitimize his criminal operations by investing in an ambitious Italian bridge-building project. In order to secure the necessary funds, he looks to his protégé, Vincent, the son of tailor Henri Gamache. Unfortunately, Vincent's ruthless tactics ignite a war between the two families.
Meet the artists who are disrupting the traditional notions of knit and crochet, bringing yarn out of the house and onto the street – from the seas of Barcelona to the cobblestoned streets of Rome and back to the angled skyscrapers of New York.
An innocent 17-year-old farm-boy and his father, a former marksman, are conscripted into one of Latvia's first national battalions during the First World War. Adapted from the book by Aleksandrs Grins. The Latvian 2021 Oscar entry for Best International Feature Film.