Top 5: The unmissable premieres of the seventh art in Brazilian cinemas

A terrorist attack on one of the most important museums in the world; a drama of love and friendship against the backdrop of a hospital; the eternal battle between bosses and employees; a relationship with the problems of exposure on social networks and a fiction that involves time travel are among the films that debut in Brazilian theaters this week. Check out.

The Goldfinch

A terrorist attack at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York forever changes the life of young Theodore Decker. With the death of his mother in the tragedy, Theo will move in with Mrs. Barbour. However, the tragedy experienced by the boy does not leave his thoughts and will profoundly affect his life.

Greta

Pedro is a nurse working in a hospital in the city of Fortaleza. Her best friend is Daniela, a transsexual artist facing serious health problems. When she needs hospitalization but cannot find a bed, the nurse kidnaps a patient and shelters him in her home. The relationship, which is complicated at first, eventually changes over time.

En guerre

The administration of a large factory resolves by closing the company. With the deal two years earlier scorned and promises not honored, officials, led by spokesman Laurent Amedeo, reject the decision and will do everything to save their jobs.

Luna

Luana and Emília are two young people who meet on the first day of school. The intense, fun and explosive relationship between the two is interrupted when a picture of Luana appears on social networks. Now she has to choose how she wants to face society.

Gemini Man

The star Will Smith is the protagonist of this production that combines action with time travel. When the best assassin in the world is getting old, his contractors decide to eliminate him by creating a newer, stronger clone with the task of exterminating him.