Chris O'Dowd's New Movies

The Program0%The Program

Storyline:In 1999, the ambitious journalist David Walsh (Chris O'Dowd) accompanied the Tour de France for the Sunday Times. He is sure that something is wrong with the most important cycling race in the world. How can charismatic professional driver Lance Armstrong (Ben Foster) swim on such an unprecedented wave of success just after overcoming his cancer? Not least with the help of Armstrong's former informant Floyd Landis (Jesse Plemons), Walsh is discovering more and more concrete evidence of doping, discovering evidence of a vast network of fraud, lies and cover-ups. Node of the network is Dr. med. Michele Ferrari (Guillaume Canet), who researches the doping agent EPO and uses Armstrong in a sophisticated system. But the attempt to succeed as a journalist against the powerful masterminds, not only seems to have little chance of success, but also brings great dangers for Walsh ... Based on the book "Seven Deadly Sins" by the real David Walsh.

Loving Vincent0%Loving Vincent

Storyline:The famous painter Vincent van Gogh (Robert Gulaczyk) has been dead for a year, when young Armand Roulin (Douglas Booth) unexpectedly receives a letter from van Gogh from his father, postmaster Joseph Roulin (Chris O'Dowd) to hand over his brother Theo. Initially, Armand reluctantly takes on the assignment, but when he arrives at the destination of his trip, Theo is also dead and decides to learn more about the eccentric painter, and soon finds himself completely fascinated by it. When he suspects that van Gogh's death was not suicide in the end, Armand goes in search of the truth. He interviews acquaintances and models of the painter, among them his color supplier Pere Tanguy (John Sessions), his doctor. Gachet (Jerome Flynn) and his daughter Marguerite (Saoirse Ronan) ...