Film Movement Plus - September 2022 Streaming Premieres
By Film Movement|September 1, 2022
A poor, seventeen-year-old Neapolitan girl, determined to get more from life than fate had in store for her, finds new hope when the circus comes to her town.
Antonio Barracano is a “man of honor” who distinguishes between “decent people and scoundrels.” Around him flourishes a fierce, ambiguous and pained humanity, where good and evil confront each other.
Maggie Cheung embodies tragic silent screen siren Ruan Lingyu, known as the "Greta Garbo of China," in this unconventional biopic by Hong Kong New Wave master Stanley Kwan, which paints a kaleidoscopic yet intimate portrait of the ill-fated actress.
A columnist obsessed with reading all the abusive messages about her on social media explodes in a moment of shocking and unexpected violence, leading to her pursuing a double life as a daytime writer and nighttime murderer.
A young Tibetan monk ventures back home to visit his brother who is in a vegetative state. Despite being enamored by his brother's fiancée, he refuses his mother's offer to stay and marry her.
Joan Crawford portrays Sadie Thompson in W. Somerset Maugham’s powerful story of a "fallen woman" thrown together with a group of disparate men in the tropics during a fierce monsoon.