LondonNet’s Top 10 Films

This week’s top ten trending films, courtesy of LondonNet.
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Week Ending Tuesday 29th September 2020

1. [ 3 ] Tenet (12A)

An American operative known as the Protagonist accepts a new assignment with cryptic instructions to perform a secret hand gesture (interlaced fingers) in conjunction with a palindromic code word: Tenet.

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2. [ 1 ] Rocks (12A)

Fifteen-year-old Olushola Joy Omotoso aka Rocks is attuned to the signs of depression that regularly consumes her mother Funke. When the matriarch disappears, leaving behind an envelope of cash and a brief note of apology, Rocks hides the truth from social services and best friend Sumaya.

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3. [ 2 ] After We Collided (15)

Tessa Young gradually comes to terms with everything she has sacrificed to be with brooding British beau Hardin Scott including college studies, friendships and a blossoming relationship with nice guy Noah. The closer she looks into the past of her enigmatic beau, the more concerned Tessa becomes.

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4. [ - ] Capital In The Twenty-First Century (12A)

A documentary adapted from French economist Thomas Piketty;s 2013 bestseller, which proposed solutions to wealth and income inequality in some of the richest nations in the world as a means to improve economic and social stability.

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5. [ - ] 23 Walks (12A)

Mental health nurse Dave is enjoying a walk with his five-year-old German Shepherd rescue dog Tilly when he encounters health centre receptionist Fern and her spirited Yorkshire Terrier in a leafy lane. Dave and Fern are creatures of habit and repeatedly cross paths.

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6. [ - ] Monsoon (12A)

Dutiful son Kit returns to Ho Chi Minh City more than 30 years after he fled during the Vietnam War. He has few memories of his formative years and intends to scout potential locations to scatter the ashes of his late mother. During the deeply personal odyssey, Kit meets Lewis.

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7. [ 5 ] Bogowie (15)

A biopic of pioneering cardio surgeon Professor Zbigniew Religa, who performed the first successful heart transplant in Poland in the 1980s at a time when removing a heart from a body was considered a grave offence against religion and morality.

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8. [ - ] David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet (PG)

Natural historian Sir David Attenborough presents a sobering documentary, which he describes as his witness statement and a vision for the future. Over the course of 83 minutes, he ruminates on the relentless destruction of wild habitats in the name of mankind's progress.

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9. [ 6 ] Memories Of Murder (15)

A serial killer terrorises the residents of a South Korea village, sowing seeds of fear and paranoia. Detective Park arrests suspects and beats (false) confessions out of them, while Detective Seo takes the quiet, analytical approach to unmask the devious culprit.

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10. [ - ] 100% Wolf (PG)

On his 14th birthday, Freddy Lupin steps proudly into a shaft of moonlight as part of his warfing. As the dust clears, the pack elders are horrified to see that Freddy has transformed into a poodle rather than a wolf. The distraught teenager has until the next moonrise to prove his worth.

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