Festivalling done right - Samurais, unorthodox Belgian judges, suspected serial killers, and not a tent or wellington boot in sight (well, save for the odd Swedish farmer)...
Against the backdrop of rural Jim Crow America, two families – one black, one white – struggle with the hardships of making a living off the land. When members of each family return home after serving in WWII, there is elation, depression, forbidden friendship, and racial friction afoot.
The life of a forthright heart surgeon (Farrell) is handed a sinister blow when a series of meetings with a mysterious teenager (Keoghan) leaves him with a devastating choice to make.
With strange things afoot once more, it's business as usual in Hawkins. But is the return trip really worth it?
Russia, 1953. After Soviet leader Joseph Stalin (Adrian McLoughlin) suffers a fatal heart attack, it’s up to his band of subordinates to decide upon a successor. Cue all manner of bickering, plotting, and scheming.
As Nazis push the Allied forces back to the confinements of the Northern French coastline, the British army struggle with the approaching threat from mainland Europe, and the dwindling probability of making it back across the Channel alive. Their only hope of salvation comes in the form of a couple of brave RAF pilots, several plucky fishing boat owners from the shores of Blighty, and that survival-shaped impulse that exists within every soldier.
Still reeling from his airport encounter with the Avengers in Civil War, Peter Parker (Holland) is desperate to show Tony Stark (Downey Jr.) that he has what it takes to become a member of the famous superhero team. In his search for acceptance, and his own excitement, his path crosses that of arms dealer the Vulture (Keaton), whose alien-tech integrated artillery poses a significant threat to the people of New York, and ATMs everywhere...