He and others also took care of awareness of autism, so that you can see with their eyes not your eyes, and some of them will take you on a surreal trip in an old Los Angeles hotel to reveal the secrets of the Iranian couple in a never-ending night. In the end, the present days of January bring a rich set of cinematic experiences of different tales with impressive performance for the heroes.
The Little Things is a psychological thriller film by writer and director John Lee Hancock, starring Denzel Washington, Ramy Malik and Jared Leto, in a dramatic dramatic streak that tracks two policemen into a serial killer.
Retired Representative Dick (Washington) cooperates with Detective Baxter (Malik) to arrest the murderer who terrifies Los Angeles, but on this trip we discover more than just clues to capture the killer, when they find the suspect (Leto), we discover Dick’s past that contains more strange secrets Of the case. It is a rich, dramatic story about the little secrets that can tear a person apart, and destroy his life.
The reason for my jump
Based on the book by Naoki Higashi, an Autistic Person, The Reason I Jump chronicles the experiences of people with autism, and unlike everything we’ve seen before, this movie reveals more important than their screaming or fear, it opens a window for the audience to enter their world. And he feels what they feel through moments in each character’s life connected with the journey of a 13-year-old Japanese boy.
The diary from Naoki’s writings reflects what autism means to him and others, how his perception of the world differs, why he behaves the way he does, and ultimately leads us to Naoki’s basic message: Being unable to speak does not mean there is nothing to say.
A night in Miami
“One Night in Miami” is a fictional drama about the rights of people with dark skin.
He tells the story of Malcolm X, Boxer Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown and Sam Cook in a Miami hotel room in February 1964, in celebration of his surprise win over Sonny Liston.
The film follows Muhammad Ali as he exited the Miami Beach Convention Center with the title of new world heavyweight champion, and as people rallied on Miami Beach to celebrate the match, Muhammad Ali was unable to stay on the island due to apartheid laws under Jim Crow, and spent the evening in The Hampton House Hotel in the African-American neighborhood of Overton in Miami, to celebrate with 3 of his closest friends, icons of modern American history.
Friends shared their thoughts on their responsibilities as influencers to their community and the pressure they feel. The next morning, the four men appeared determined to define a new world for themselves and their community.
The Night is a frightening psychological horror movie that follows Babak and Nada, an Iranian couple living in Los Angeles, and their one-year-old daughter Shabnam.
Upon their return to their home after visiting a friend, Babak was driving his car while he was in a state of severe drunkenness, which endangered the family’s life, so his wife Nada decided to spend the night in the Normandy Hotel until the morning.
Upon checking in, Babak and Nada find themselves imprisoned, forced to confront the secrets they kept from each other during their troubled marriage, and despite the hour’s delay, the “night” never ends. The film was made in America through the eyes of Iranian-American director Korush Ahari.
The remains of a woman
Pieces of Woman is an emotional drama that reveals the pain and true feelings of losing children during childbirth. The story is taken from a real experience that happened to the film’s writer, Kata Weber.
The film tells the story of the Martha and Sean spouses, who are waiting for their little girl with longing, but their lives are upended when Martha decides to give birth at home instead of in the hospital, and her wrong decision causes the baby to die during childbirth.
Martha spends a year trying to deal with this situation after blaming her husband and mother’s cruelty, and she is also subjected to defamation and trial before a judge. But this film is not only about the death of children but about accepting grief and loss amid blame for everyone and the loss of the natural path of life, of course Vanessa Kirby’s performance is what makes the film unforgettable.