Ten films to watch this September

Nicholas Barber selects this month’s unmissable releases

Among which No Time To Die

(Credit: Danjaq/ LLC / MGM/ Nicola Dove)
(Credit: Danjaq/ LLC / MGM/ Nicola Dove)

At last! Its release has been delayed again and again, and before that its production was hampered by injuries, accidents and the withdrawal of its original director, Danny Boyle. But Daniel Craig’s final Bond movie is here – six whole years after the previous one, Spectre. Directed and co-written by Cary Joji Fukunaga and with Phoebe Waller-Bridge in the writer’s room (Fleabag / Killing Eve), the story is that 007 has retired from MI6 to settle down with his girlfriend (Léa Seydoux), leaving a new double-0 (Lashana Lynch) to save the world in his absence. But his CIA buddy Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) persuades him to fight the devilishly named Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek). Oh – and Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) is up to no good, too. But the most intriguing aspect of No Time to Die is that it’s apparently a tear-jerker. « There’s a lot of emotion in this Bond, » Seydoux revealed to C Magazine. « It’s very moving. I bet you’re going to cry, if you like to cry. [When I watched it,] I cried, which is weird, because I play in it. »

L’article complet: BBC

sortie en salle le 6 octobre


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