Tracy Letts's New Movies

Wiener-Dog0%Wiener-Dog
8Our
rating
1:28:00

Storyline:As a small, trustworthy dachshund you get many intimate insights into the different destinies of his changing masters. For the little Remi (Keaton Nigel Cooke), for example, the love of his bourgeois parents Dina and Danny (Julie Delpy and Tracy Letts) is just too much. The rather inconspicuous acting veterinary assistant Dawn Wiener (Greta Gerwig), however, wants to lend her life a bit more pepper and embarks on an adventure with Bad Boy Brandon (Kieran Culkin). And then there's the unsuccessful screenwriter Dave (Danny DeVito), who may have one last chance at the big break, and the outdated Nana (Ellen Burstyn), who is only released by her granddaughter Zoe (Zosia Mamet) hear when this money needs. As different and difficult as all their lives may be, they all find solace in the same little dachshund.

Christine0%Christine
8Our
rating
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.

Imperium0%Imperium
7Our
rating
1:49:00

Storyline:The young and idealistic FBI agent Nate Foster (Daniel Radcliffe) is dissatisfied with his job as a US intelligence official, stating that the alleged Islamist attacks he is thwarting are actually staged by the agency itself. But when the FBI confiscates radioactive material for a dirty bomb, Foster has a chance: he is undercover on a radical white supremacy terrorist network, planning a bombing. Foster is a talented agent, but to eliminate the group of racist extremists, he needs all his skill. For not only does he find it difficult to uphold his stealth identity, he also struggles not to betray his own values and principles ...

The Lovers0%The Lovers
7Our
rating
1:37:00

Storyline:An old couple (Debra Winger and Tracy Letts) leads a monotonous life and a dispassionate togetherness. In addition, the two stand by respective affairs of the other just before the separation. But then suddenly the old romance comes on again, because the spouses start to be interested in each other again, as the relationship with their respective lover is serious. Torn between their new partners and their marriage, the two must redefine the concept of cheating. During all this romantic hustle and bustle, the couple is expecting their son Joel (Tyler Ross), who is now going to college, to visit. This is not astonished, as his otherwise so emotional parents get along wonderfully again.