LondonNet’s Top 10 Films

This week’s top ten trending films, courtesy of LondonNet.
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Week Ending Tuesday 22nd September 2020

1. [ - ] Rocks (12A)

Fifteen-year-old Olushola Joy Omotoso aka Rocks is attuned to the signs of depression that regularly consumes her mother Funke. When the matriarch disappears, leaving behind an envelope of cash and a brief note of apology, Rocks hides the truth from social services and best friend Sumaya.

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2. [ 2 ] After We Collided (15)

Tessa Young gradually comes to terms with everything she has sacrificed to be with brooding British beau Hardin Scott including college studies, friendships and a blossoming relationship with nice guy Noah. The closer she looks into the past of her enigmatic beau, the more concerned Tessa becomes.

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3. [ 1 ] Tenet (12A)

An American operative known as the Protagonist accepts a new assignment with cryptic instructions to perform a secret hand gesture (interlaced fingers) in conjunction with a palindromic code word: Tenet.

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4. [ - ] White Riot (15)

A documentary about the birth of the Rock Against Racism campaign against a backdrop of racial division in late-1970s Britain. Organisers hope to spread a message of unity and acceptance with an anti-fascist carnival comprising a march across London and an outdoor concert in Victoria Park.

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5. [ 8 ] Bogowie (15)

A biopic of pioneering cardio surgeon Professor Zbigniew Religa, who performed the first successful heart transplant in Poland in the 1980s at a time when removing a heart from a body was considered a grave offence against religion and morality.

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6. [ 7 ] Memories Of Murder (15)

A serial killer terrorises the residents of a South Korea village, sowing seeds of fear and paranoia. Detective Park arrests suspects and beats (false) confessions out of them, while Detective Seo takes the quiet, analytical approach to unmask the devious culprit.

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7. [ 5 ] The Roads Not Taken (15)

Molly races across New York City in a taxi to spend the day with her father Leo and shepherd him to appointments with a dentist and an optician. The middle-aged patriarch is trapped for extended periods inside the prison of his mind and fails to answer the door to his nurse Xenia.

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8. [ - ] Andre Rieu's Magical Maastricht: Together In Music (U)

A 15-year celebration of Dutch violinist and conductor Andre Rieu's open-air concerts in the Vrijthof in Maastricht in the Netherlands featuring the 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra, invited sopranos, tenors and famous guest artists.

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9. [ 3 ] The Painted Bird (18)

The horrors of the Second World War are witnessed through the eyes of a nameless Jewish boy, who is sent by his parents to live with an aunt to evade the clutches of the Nazis. Alas, the aunt dies and the boy must fend for himself. He seeks temporary sanctuary in the company of strangers.

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10. [ 10 ] Bill & Ted Face The Music (12A)

Bill S Preston and Ted Logan are middle-aged best friends, who have yet to achieve their rock'n'roll destiny. A visitor from the future tears the dudes away from their respective wives, Princess Joanna and Princess Elizabeth, to bring harmony to the universe with one of their songs.

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