Rebecca Hall's New Movies

Christine0%Christine
8Our
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1:59:00

Storyline:Christine (Rebecca Hall) is far superior to her colleagues working for a news channel in Florida, and feels called for greater positions. She desperately wants to be in front of the camera. In addition, she must not report on the topics that you have in mind. She wants to denounce the social injustice in the country and gets so again and again with their boss (Tracy Letts) to each other, interested only in the quotas. And for that he needs stories that promise sensations. When she makes friends with a colleague (Michael C. Hall), in whom she is secretly in love, the privately frustrated Christine draws a little hope. But this is short-lived, because when she realizes that her love is not reciprocated, she is finally disillusioned. Christine decides to take a radical step ... Biopic about television presenter Christine Chubbuck, who killed herself in front of the camera.

Permission0%Permission
8Our
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1:36:00

Storyline:A woman and her boyfriend want to get engaged, but her best friend thinks she should date other men before she ties herself to a man ...

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women0%Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
8Our
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1:48:00

Storyline:Dr. William Marston (Luke Evans) is a professor at the prestigious Harvard University, where the psychologist works on the lie detector development. In his work, he can count on the energetic help of two women: those of his wife Elizabeth Marston (Rebecca Hall) and those of Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote), with whom he and Elizabeth have a love affair. The triangular relationship with Elizabeth and Olive and the feminist ideals embodied by the two women inspired William in 1941 to finally create the well-known cartoon character Wonder Woman. But the publication of the first comic strip about the Amazon causes a scandal in academic circles and soon has an impact on the private and professional lives of the three lovers ...

The Dinner0%The Dinner
8Our
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2:00:00

Storyline:All attempts to prevent dinner fail: Former history teacher Paul (Steve Coogan) has to follow his wife Claire (Laura Linney) to dinner with his brother Stan (Richard Gere) and his sister-in-law Katelyn (Rebecca Hall). Stan has a big talk scheduled for the evening but other things stand in the way: Because he wants to become governor, Stan wants to bring that night a bill in dry shawls. His wife Katelyn, meanwhile, has problems with her husband not wanting to have a baby with her. And Paul has a problem with his son Michael (Charlie Plummer) that he tries to solve without Claire noticing. But she knows the meeting at the very exclusive restaurant long ago. Besides, she has planned further than the unsuspecting Paul ...