Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo review the week's essential streaming movies, including the new Hirokazu Koreeda film The Truth, J.-P. Valkeapää's drama Dogs Don't Wear Pants and Fire Will Come, a Galician-language film directed by Oliver Laxe which was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Jury Prize.
On the podcast, available on the BBC Sounds app, Mark and Simon discuss the work of Lynne Ramsay. Mark also recommends our weekly U certificate classic The Amazing Mr. Blunden. Mark and Simon chat through all the films worth seeing on streaming services and discuss the best and worst films on TV next week. They also recommend home entertainment purchases in DVDs of the Week.
00:44:26 Box Office Top 10
01:00:33 The Truth
01:05:33 Dogs Don’t Wear Pants
01:11:29 TV Movies Of The Week
01:26:24 Fire Will Come
01:33:22 Director Of The Week
01:44:02 DVD OF THE WEEK
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