All the movies showing this week (April 8-10)

We are about to enter the last weekend before Easter. As we do every Friday on Netcost, it’s time to rate the films released in the world of cinema on April 8, 2022; What are the reasons why we fill for a few days the dark rooms that originate in Spain with high temperatures. The truth is, we have some pretty interesting stuff at the box office. Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets via Ariaferma, El Rezador, or The Love Letters does not exist. These are the first films this weekend (April 8-10) in cinemas across Spain.

List of premieres:

  • Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets
  • Paris, District 13
  • Love cards do not exist
  • The man who sold his skin
  • Ariapharm
  • Earth Orchestra
  • a cow
  • Prayer

Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets

  • Duration: 142 minutes.
  • Management: David Yachts.

Synopsis: The third installment in the episodic Harry Potter saga, set in the wizarding world. Professor Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) realizes that dark wizard Gilert Grindelwald (Mads Mikkelsen) is plotting to take over the wizarding world, so he must be stopped. To do so, he trusts wizard Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) to lead a team of wizards, wizards, and a baker on a dangerous mission. You can read our review here.

Paris, District 13

  • Duration: 106 minutes.
  • Director: Jacques Audiard.

Synopsis: With five nominations for César, this French film puts us in Paris, in the 13th arrondissement, in the Olympic zone. Emily meets Camille, who is attracted to Nora. In turn, he meets with Amber. A love story with three girls and a boy. Reviewers say it’s simple but effective.

Love cards do not exist

  • Duration: 89 minutes.
  • Directed by: Jerome Bonnell.

Synopsis: A romantic comedy also from France. Jonas, a middle-aged Parisian, still loves his ex-girlfriend Leah. After a night where alcohol is the protagonist, he ends up knocking on her door to tell the truth and reveal that he is still in love, but is rejected. And so he’ll end up writing his love cards in the cafeteria, but everything will change.

The man who sold his skin

  • Duration: 104 minutes.
  • Director: Kawthar Ben Hania.

Film synopsis: Tunisian drama. Sam Ali, a young Syrian, leaves his country for Lebanon to escape the war. The goal is to reach Europe with his love. To do this, he agrees to have his back painted by a famous artist. Nominated for the Academy Award for Best International Film.


  • Duration: 117 minutes.
  • Directed by: Leonardo de Costanzo

Synopsis: From Italy comes another drama, this time about a former prison from the 19th century in an inaccessible part of the Italian country. Due to various circumstances, the transfer will be prohibited, leaving only about ten prisoners in the said prison. The film tells about their relationship, a duel with a great performance.

Earth Orchestra

  • Duration: 70 minutes.
  • Directed by: Emanuel Zinconigi, Giusepa Pons.

Synopsis: An animated children’s movie for the whole family. This film comes with Joseba Ponce music on the story of Manu, a boy who falls in love with the great pianist Stella Panini. teat? I know her. Manu becomes independent and creates an orchestra consisting of a double bassist, two twin brothers, an anti-bassist and a percussionist.

a cow

  • Duration: 94 minutes.
  • Director: Andrea Arnold

Synopsis: Considered one of the best documentaries of the past year, from the UK comes Cow (Cow), nominated for Best Documentary at the BAFTA Awards. Basically, the movie tells us the life story of a cow on a farm. Raw, immersive, realistic and strict with the subject.


  • Duration: 96 minutes.
  • Director: Tito Jara.

Synopsis: This Ecuadorean religious film tells the story of a con artist who financially takes advantage of a young woman who is said to have had visions of the Virgin Mary; For some a child is a miracle. This scammer will create a huge and very profitable business with the parents of said girl.

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